1. ## Riddles to solve

Ok, so I'm playing this game and have run into these riddles that for the life of me I can't solve. I figured since theres a bunch of smart guys here maybe someone has some ideas.

Here they are:

A H AA BL DU HH ME SR ?
AB+BC=AC, BC=BD=AB=AD, CD=87, AC=square root of ?
ls b sp cl h tcr oc bs ma lg q ?
AUCG - O equals ? 2. Is each line a seperate unrelated riddle?
And is this all the information we're given? 3. The second row: see A,B,C and D as points in the plane and AB etc. as vectors. Then ABD becomes a unilateral triangle.
|AC| then equals sqrt(87^2 / (2-2*cos(2*pi/3))) = sqrt(2 523). 4. Each line is a separate riddle, and they aren't all necessarily math related. Thanks Sang-drax, I'll give that a try. Theres no way I would have put that together  5. > AUCG - O equals ?

AUCG can be related to the nucleotide alphabet. Particularly RNA since DNA replaces U by T. I have no idea what "- O" means though. Adenine is the only nucleotide base that doesn't possess oxygen... maybe that is the answer. 6. Originally Posted by Mario F.
AUCG can be related to the nucleotide alphabet. Particularly RNA since DNA replaces U by T. I have no idea what "- O" means though. Adenine is the only nucleotide base that doesn't possess oxygen... maybe that is the answer.
I was actually studying genetics (or should have been) when I read PJ's post the first time. I thought it might be RNA-related but I couldn't make any sense out of it. Amino acids are encoded with three letters each, so four letters seem a bit strange. Popular pages Recent additions 