Caesar code: Europe By Zhenzhen Gu, Jiayin Huang, Mingmei Huang

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In a Caesar cipher, the alphabet shifts by a certain number of letters. For example, with a shift of nine, A is replaced by J, B by K, C by L, and so on. Can you figure out these coded countries in Europe?
1. AXVJWRJ;
2. JUKJWRJ;
3. NBCXWRJ;
4. BUXENWRJ;
5. URCQDJWRJ;
6. VJLNMXWRJ

Answers for last week:

The alphabet has been shifted by 3 letters, so D is replaced by G, etc.

1. ILQODQG: FINLAND;

2. VZLWCHUODQG: SWITZERLAND;

3. LFHODQG: ICELAND;

4. LUHODQG: IRELAND;

5. QHWKHUODQGV: NETHERLANDS;

6. SRODQG: POLAND;

7. HQJODQG: ENGLAND

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