Tell me, where am I?
Imagine that You and your friend, Subtraction, are playing this game together. There are 26 different numbers 1 through 26 in the following six squares (namely, A, B, C, D, E, and F). These numbers are distributed among six square matrices, each containing a unique set of nine numbers chosen from the pool of 26.
Rules to play this game
Here are the rules of the game You and your friend Subtraction are playing:
(a) Your friend will secretly choose any number between 1 and 26.
(b) Without revealing the number, your friend will tell you which square matrices the number belongs to.
(c) You can assign a numerical value to each matrix, such as A = 1, B = 2, and so on.
(d) Once you know the matrices the number(s) belong to, you can deduce the number itself and guess it correctly.