How to solve http://www.freestuffhotdeals.com/hacker/1.html

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Welcome to the FreeStuffHotDeals.com Hacker Puzzle! To solve this puzzle you will have to find secret files on our server.
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HINT - This is page number one. That should be pretty obvious, because it has the numeral "1" above. But there's a problem... there is no link to page 2! How on earth will you find page 2 without a handy link taking you to it? You have to think like a hacker! To get to page 2, you'll have to play around with the web address (URL) of this page. Change it a little, then go there. If you're right, you'll get the next page. If you're wrong, you'll get an ugly error message.


So I tried http://www.freestuffhotdeals.com/hacker/2.html and got the next message

two

HINT - Well done, you found the secret page 2! Notice that unlike page "1", here the word two is spelled out. (Hmmm... maybe that's important?) Now, can you figure out the address to page three? Change your web address again and try to find page three!


Obviously the next url will be “three”
http://www.freestuffhotdeals.com/hacker/three.html
iii



HINT - Good show, you did it! Here we are on page 3. But what's this? This page doesn't say "three" at all, it's just a bunch of i's! Can you figure out what the next page is? Like they say: "When in Rome..."


That is i,ii, iii and it should be iv, v, vi, vii, viii, ix etc
http://www.freestuffhotdeals.com/hacker/iv.html

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GREAT! - You made it to page 4! You are really know your Roman numerals, don't you? OK, from here on, you are on your own! No more hints! Good luck!



That is four written in the reverse order
The next should be five written in reverse that is evif
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ffiivvee
That is ff ii vv ee and it should be followed by ssiixx
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666666
Six times 6 should be followed by 7 times 7
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uranus
If Uranus is the seventh Planet, Neptune is the eighth
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acht
In What language is 8 = acht. Google told me that. It also told me that 9 is neun

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sept
9th month is September and so tenth month is October. Since we have abbreviation, we go for oct
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After 10, it is the jack
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eLeVeN
We have alternating caps and small case
tWeLvE
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144
12 x 12 is 144 and 13x13 is 169
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I saw a black screen, but when I highlighted it the words were
number13
the next should be number14
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catorce
If catorce is 14, then in the same language, quince is 15
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buchanan
He is the 15th President of America
The 16th President is Lincoln
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s├ędecim
Same old language translation and we land in for http://www.freestuffhotdeals.com/hacker/septendecim.html
10001
This is the binary code for 17 (16+0+0+0+1). The binary code for 18 is 10010 (16+0+0+2+0)
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argon
That is the 18th Element and the 19th Element is potassium
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ojofuffo
This was the clue which took me a lot of time
This is a simple cryptography. A letter is being replaced by another letter
N by o, I by j, e by f, t by u and so on
That is a letter is being replaced by the next letter
So twenty will be
U for t, x for w, f for e, o for n, z for y
http://www.freestuffhotdeals.com/hacker/uxfouz.html
icosagon
That is a twenty sided polygon
Polygon names
Name Edges
henagon (or monogon)
1
digon
2
triangle (or trigon)
3
quadrilateral (or tetragon)
4
pentagon
5
hexagon
6
heptagon (avoid "septagon" = Latin [sept-] + Greek)
7
octagon
8
enneagon (or nonagon)
9
decagon
10
hendecagon (avoid "undecagon" = Latin [un-] + Greek)
11
dodecagon (avoid "duodecagon" = Latin [duo-] + Greek)
12
tridecagon (or triskaidecagon)
13
tetradecagon (or tetrakaidecagon)
14
pentadecagon (or quindecagon or pentakaidecagon)
15
hexadecagon (or hexakaidecagon)
16
heptadecagon (or heptakaidecagon)
17
octadecagon (or octakaidecagon)
18
enneadecagon (or enneakaidecagon or nonadecagon)
19
icosagon
20
No established English name ("hectagon" is bad Greek, "centagon" is a Latin-Greek hybrid; neither is widely attested. 100
chiliagon
1000
myriagon
10,000
googolgon 10100
To construct the name of a polygon with more than 20 and less than 100 edges, combine the prefixes as follows
Tens and Ones final suffix
-kai- 1 -hena- -gon
20 icosi- 2 -di-
30 triaconta- 3 -tri-
40 tetraconta- 4 -tetra-
50 pentaconta- 5 -penta-
60 hexaconta- 6 -hexa-
70 heptaconta- 7 -hepta-
80 octaconta- 8 -octa-
90 enneaconta- 9 -ennea-
The 'kai' is not always used. Opinions differ on exactly when it should, or need not, be used (see also examples above).
That is, a 42-sided figure would be named as follows:
Tens and Ones final suffix full polygon name
tetraconta- -kai- -di- -gon tetracontakaidigon
and a 50-sided figure
Tens and Ones final suffix full polygon name
pentaconta- -gon pentacontagon
But beyond enneagons and decagons, professional mathematicians prefer the aforementioned numeral notation (for example, MathWorld has articles on 17-gons and 257-gons).
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1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, ...
10946
What they have done is very simple. Each Number is the sum of the previous two number. This they have done for 21 times
1 1
2 1
3 2
4 3
5 5
6 8
7 13
8 21
9 34
10 55
11 89
12 144
13 233
14 377
15 610
16 987
17 1597
18 2584
19 4181
20 6765
21 10946
22 17711


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Aoozy, Booyy, Cooxy, ...
Vooey
So The code is
Letter of Alphabet + o + o + Letter of Alphabet from Z + y
Answer is Woody
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