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Challenge #2

Bike Lock Combination

This Gets Your Kid the Front Tire and Seat. Open the digital padlock (Eight Numerical Digits) at the bottom of the page. The QUESTIONS THEMSELVES and their answers are clues to the combination.

4 Kids
FIRST, if seven kids can ride their bikes 14 combined miles in a half-hour, how many combined miles can four kids ride in an hour?

Answer:
JP Morgan Historical Timeline
Finally, start with the year of the first philanthropic endeavor by the Manhattan Company, subtract the year that the Manhattan Company was formed, add the year that Chase expanded into Japan after WWII, and subtract the year that Drexel Morgan & Co was rechristened as JP Morgan & Co. (Divvy up the search to save time.)

Answer:
Bike Pattern
THIRD, the pattern above represents the number of kids who started riding to school after the popular kid (obviously the child of one of our JP Morgan Chase team members) rode on the first day. If the trend continues, how many kids will ride their bikes tomorrow?

Answer:
Jills Pedal
SECOND, Jill lives exactly 1/10th of a mile from her school. If Jill’s bike travels 16 feet every time she turns the pedals one complete turn, how many pedal-turns would it take her to get to school?

Answer:
Bike Lock Combination