**Cipher Age Puzzle - 23 January**

If Susan is 10, Arabella is 20, and Jim and Neal are both 5, but Richard is 10, how much is Jennifer by the same system?

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If Susan is 10, Arabella is 20, and Jim and Neal are both 5, but Richard is 10, how much is Jennifer by the same system?

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You have to look at how many times the first letter of the name is repeated. For Susan and Richard,its repeated twice so 2*5 = 10, for Neal and Jim, once so 1*5 = 5,for Arabella, three times so 5*2*2 = 20

ReplyDeleteHence for Jennifer is only repeated once...

So Jennifer is 5.

15

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ReplyDeletenice riddle

ReplyDeleteJennifer is 2.5(30 months) years old

ReplyDelete15; 5 for each syllable in the name

ReplyDeleteAndy (10)

3 year old

ReplyDelete89

ReplyDeleteWell first you double it the divide it by 5 and that is the end so start it over it has double it so divide by 5 so the answer is 5 bitches

ReplyDeleteit can be taken as every vowel is consist of 5 yrs therefore last jennifer has three vowel than it will be

ReplyDelete15 yrs

but neal has two vowels and hes 5, but would be 10 by your logic, its syllables

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DeleteYou have to look at how many times the first letter of the name is repeated. Susan and Richard, twice so 2*5 = 10, Neal and Jim, once so 1*5 = 5, Arabella, three times so 5*2*2 = 20

Jennifer is only repeated once...

ilovegrace.1210

the answer is 20.the logic is simple,observe the no of repeated letters in Susan ,it is 1 that is only 's'.So 1*10=10 years.In Arabella there are 2 repeated letters 'a' and 'l' so 2*10=20.Jim and Neal have no repeated letters and in the name with no repeating letters age is calculated as follows Jim=1+3+1=5 that is consonants are given one unit and vowels a e i o u where i stands at 3.Now Neal 1+2+1+1=5years. Jennifer 2 repeated letters so 20.

ReplyDelete15.. 1 syllable is equal to 5..

ReplyDeletewho ever said the numbers were years of age though i can't give an answer

ReplyDeletei dont understand it how can it b fifteen ?? susan's first letter is S n richard's first letter is R non of them is repeated :/

ReplyDeleteJenifer is 5

ReplyDeleteits a alphabetical riddle

from A-I its 20,

from J-N its 5,

from O-Z its 10,

so Jennifer is 5

The answer is 15.

ReplyDeleteEach syllable is worth 5 years.

Susan and Richard have two syllables, so 5*2=10

Jim and Neal each have one syllable, so 5*1=5

Arabella has 4 syllables, so 4*5=20

Jennifer has 3 syllables, 3*5=15, so the answer is 15.

Jennifer is 15... LOOK!!!. Neal and Jim.. pronounce it!. its only 1. Su-San... 2 ? right?? so 2*5? the same also in Ri--chard. A-ra-bel-la, its 4? so 4*5 is 20? sooooo Je-ni-fer is 3, 3*5 is 15. :))) solved!!

ReplyDelete15, each syllable is worth 5 pints.

ReplyDeleteJennifer would be 20

ReplyDelete15

ReplyDelete5 + (5 x (number of repeats in the word))

jennifer is 1...... every one knows that people are born 1 unless it is twin haha..... is it wrong if i tried to think out of the box?

ReplyDeletetell me if im wrong.... im lookin foward to it.

how much is Jennifer

a e i o u

ReplyDeleteSusan=10 (a=5, u=5)

Arabella=20 (a=5+5+5, e=5)

Jim=5 (i=5)

Neal=5 (e=5, a=5) [it should have been 10 then]

So, Jennifer=15 (e=5+5, i=5)