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You have been given a mission and a code. Use the code to complete the mission and you will save the world from obliteration…
CODE A=$1B=$2C=$3 D=$4E=$5F=$6 G=$7H=$8I=$9 J=$10K=$11L=$12 M=$13N=$14O=$15 P=$16Q=$17R=$18 S=$19T=$20U=$21 V=$22W=$23X=$24 Y=$25Z=$26
MISSION How much does the word sword equal? Write a word the equals exactly $50. Write a word the equals exactly $126.
Synonyms 1. Think of a synonym for the word good that costs more than $40. 2. Think of any synonym for the word move or walk that costs more than $60. 3. Think of the most valuable word you can.
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