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A cryptographer has intercepted an enemy message that is in code. He knows that the code is a simple substituition of numbers of letters. Which of the following would be the least helpful in breaking the code?

A Knowing the frequency with which vowels of the language are used
B Knowing the frequency with which two vowels appear together in the language
C Knowing the frequency with which odd numbers appear relative to even numbers in the message
D Knowing the conjugation of the verb "to be" in the language on which the code is based
E Knowing every word in the language that begins with letter R
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12 Jun 2004, 17:48
Anything which is not a letter would add little in deciphering.

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14 Jun 2004, 10:10
OA is C
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