# Thread: Substitute Names 3

1. ## Substitute Names 3

If the first and the last product is squarely placed above the accounted characters, it will reveal their value!

Alan = 49
Harris = 1851
Edward =
Nancy =
John =

2. ## Re: Substitute Names 3

It seems as if a bonus clue is needed to get you going!
<hr>If the first and the last product is squarely placed above the accounted characters, it will reveal their value!<hr>
The above quote is purely mathematical; just follow its instruction...
AND
It's a matter of simply counting the alphabet!

I hope this will get you started!

3. ## Re: Substitute Names 3

Hi Rudi

Is it possible to rephrase the puzzle without giving away its solution?

4. ## Re: Substitute Names 3

Mr Bandido...Hi there! <img src=/S/hello.gif border=0 alt=hello width=25 height=29>

If you take the first and the last character in the name, and assign a value to it, (based on the clues in the above posts), then perform some math on it (also based on the quote above) and divide it into the accounted characters, you should get the values for the other names. Hope this can get you started!

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