All numbers separated by dots. Try to find a pattern that fits the passcode format.

[hint]How can you divide things up[/hint]

Looking at the string you can see that the numbers starting with 5 are exactly where numbers would fall in the passcode format. Here’s some Niantic math at work, first step is that the first digit of every number will be used as the first digit of the Ascii value. The next digits are to be divided by the first digit to give you the rest of the answer. Oh and if your answer is 14 simply add a 0 to make 104. Not clear? Here’s the full answer.

First digit

Last digits

Last/First

Combine first & Answer

119

1

19

19

119

981

9

81

9

99

112

1

12

12

112

50

5

0

0

50

515

5

15

3

53

14

1

4

4

104

11

1

1

1

101

18

1

8

8

108

112

1

12

12

112

525

5

25

5

55

55

5

5

1

51

535

5

35

7

57

19

1

9

9

109

111

1

11

11

111

119 99 112 50 53 104 101 108 112 55 51 57 109 111

Convert decimal to Ascii

wcp25help739mo

Code #2

Observations

Again, all numbers separated by dots. The cipher used for code #1 should help you find what to do.

We have those numbers starting with 5 in the right place for the numbers in the passcode format. This should mean that first digit of every number is good for Ascii. Now we need to find the second digit of the Ascii values.

Notice how the rest of the digits for every numbers are always higher than the first one? You’ll need to do subtractions for this one

First digit

Last digits

Last-First

Combine First & Answer

78

7

8

1

71

811

8

11

3

83

715

7

15

8

78

57

5

7

2

52

55

5

5

0

50

810

8

10

2

82

615

6

15

9

69

614

6

14

8

68

813

8

13

5

85

613

6

13

7

67

615

6

15

9

69

57

5

7

2

52

58

5

8

3

53

511

5

11

6

56

813

8

13

5

85

814

8

14

6

86

71 83 78 52 50 82 69 68 85 67 69 52 53 56 85 86

Convert decimal to Ascii

GSN42REDUCE458UV

Code #3

Observations

All numbers again. You’ll need to find what the split is but if you have followed the first two codes you should not have a problem.

[hint]_ is the split[/hint]

Again those 05 when you use _ as a split fall right where the numbers should be in the passcode format. This one is all written out for you on what you have to do. Here’s how