Rule 9 of The Password Game requires you to include Roman numerals that multiply to 35. To find the solution, you need knowledge in two fields. You need to understand the basics of multiplication and know how Roman numerals work. Fortunately, there are only two right answers for this password requirement, so there are only two ways to arrive at them.
Which Roman numerals multiply to 35 for The Password Game Rule 9?
The only Roman numerals that multiply to 35 are “V” (5) and “VII” (7) or “XXXV” (35) and “I” (1). For these to count as fulfilling Rule 9 in The Password Game, you must enter them as capitalized letters. Also, keep in mind that if you enter any of the following letters into your password capitalized, they’ll be counted as Roman numerals, and you’ll no longer meet the requirements for Rule 9:
Rule 9 might seem complex at first, but once you look at the factors of 35, you’ll understand why it’s actually easy to figure out:
That means that there are only two possible answers:
- 5 x 7
- 35 x 1
These are the only two whole-number equations that’ll equal 35.
The tricky part about following Rule 9 in the Password Game is that Roman numerals are letters. So, you can add something for another rule and end up breaking Rule 9. However, there’s an easy way around this. Unless a rule specifies that a letter needs to be capitalized, you can use lowercase. For example, the game considers “V” to be a Roman numeral, but not “v.” So, if you’re having issues, just go through and make sure every letter is in lowercase except the ones you’re using for Rule 9.
Mastering the art of password creation through The Password Game not only involves understanding numerical computations but also the smart usage of letter case. Therefore, Rule 9 is a unique test of mathematical prowess and character distinction. Enjoy the challenge!