Click on the puzzles listed below for a hint. Some puzzles have more than one hint. Start with A, then B … The final hint will give you the answer.
Pay close attention to the detail on each item.
Position the words located on the left into the grid. All words fit in the down or across position. All words must be used.
Look at the formula bar to see which squares will be included in your answer. This will help you with positioning some of your words.
Each of the highlighted squares must have a letter in it.
Once your grid has been completed, form an anagram of the letters in the highlighted squares to reveal your answer.
The anagram is a single word in which all 14 letters are used. To check you have all the words in their correct places you can refer to ‘Puzzle 2 – ANSWER – PART 1’
The word you are looking for starts with: AC_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
Don’t forget to do your multiplications first.
Decipher the text on the computer screen using the symbols on the keyboard.
The symbols are placed on a QWERTY keyboard.
Make sure you have solved puzzle 3 first to get the instructions for this puzzle.
Add in the numbers as instructed in Puzzle 3.
There is a 2 located in the Social segment and in the Organic segment already. Therefore, a 2 is needed in the Direct segment. As the same numbers cannot be place in opposing segments the 2 cannot be placed in the blue section of the Direct segment. That leaves you with the green segment of the Direct segment.
The different coloured dots correspond to each one of the employees.
Find the letters that spell out each of the employees names.
Now simply join the dots to spell out each of the employees names.
Each name will give you a number.
Make sure you order your four numbers in the same order as the employees names are written down the bottom.
Did you notice that the drawers on the filing cabinet are jumbled up?
Rearrange the filing cabinet drawers into alphabetical order.
You may need scissors to help you with this puzzle.
Any section on a pyramid is supported by the two sections immediately below. The objective is to work out a formula involving the two base numbers, in order to reach the answer of the top number.
Once you have determined ! add up the numbers from each row to determine their worth.
For example: 8 + 3 + 4 + 6 = 21. Therefore, Coffee = 21
Look at the front of the manila folder and the CCTV screenshot
For more information send an email to Minnie Mumwage
Write down all the letters in bold to reveal a secret message
Use the ANZ bank card number to solve the cipher
Decipher the bold text: To find the code use the bank card and the cipher paragraph, line, word, letter.
4284 = 4th paragraph, 2nd line, 8th word and 4th letter = P
1475 = 1st paragraph, 4th line, 7th word and 5th letter = A
3735 = 3rd paragraph, 7th line, 3rd word and 5th letter = I
2274 = 2nd paragraph, 2nd line, 7th word and 4th letter = D
Therefore the answer is PAID
Using a process of elimination determine which combination of numbers will make the equation true.
Observe which pencils were taken away to make the equation true.
Use the pencil decoder to determine which letters correspond to the pencils that were taken away. Match the end of the pencil with the tip, you may need to use a ruler to help you with this puzzle.
Read the selected letters from top to bottom to form your answer.
Hold the printer puzzle at arms length and tilt forward to see the message
Don’t forget to look from both sides of the printed paper
Follow the instructions on the printer to complete the invoice
What is the total cost of labour + tax?
Take the selected number or letter from each puzzle and write them down in the yellow boxes to the right.
Read the boxes from bottom to top to give a word.
Note that some numbers look like letters.
Enter the final password into the web address shown in your welcome letter.