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This puzzle uses shapes and numbers following several rules.

Identifying how the rules work will allow you to solve the puzzle.

The card with 'ALL IS WOE' on it provides three examples for how the rules of this puzzle work. See if you can figure out how they are calculated.

The rules expressed on the card with pictures and numbers apply to individual letters, not words. Note: Only capital letters are used.

The total for a word is the sum of the numerical values calculated for each of the letters.

One card tells you to 'check the curves' first. This means that if either of the two curve rules (for 16 and 32) apply, then you don't worry about the straightaway rules (1, 2, 4, 8)

The word AT has a value of 6. The A is worth 4 because it has three lines, and the letter T is worth 2 because it has two lines. Together, they're 6.

The word SO has a value of 48. The S is worth 16 because it has a curve that's not closed, and the O is worth 32 because it has a closed curve. Together they're 48.

Find the values for QUAINT (i.e. 59) and TIN. The word 'product' means to multiply those two values to get your code.