The mystery of the temple - Would you survive?

The mystery of the temple - Would you survive?

Will you be able to solve the mystery of the temple? As this quiz contains quite challenging riddles, there is a hint included in every riddle. Enjoy!

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You enter the temple. The air is cold and smells like dust. You see an old door in front of you. On that door, there is an input field, and below, a range of numbers from 0 to 9.
As you look for a hint, you notice this, written in small letters above the door:
1835=2 ; 9160=3 ; 8900=5 ; 6200=?
What's the solution? (one number)

HINT (please only look at the hint if you are really struggling with the riddle) : Have a look at the circles in each number.

As you have entered the correct solution, the door opens and reveals another room, and another door... This time, there are two words on the door, written in huge letters: 'ENTER PASSWORD'.
Below, you see a keyboard and an input field. Can you find out the solution? (please write in CAPITAL LETTERS)

HINT: It is extremely easy. Trust me.

Great! You figured out the solution, but it feels like the following riddles will be more difficult... When you enter the room, you find two slips of paper on the ground. You have a closer look at them.
First paper: '30 235'
Second paper: '735 ????'
On the door, there are four empty fields, in which you have to write one number each. What's the solution? (This one is quite challenging, so don't hesitate to have a look at the hint. You can use a calculator as well.)

HINT: 30 = 2 x 3 x 5

Well done! Ready for the next one? You will need your mathematical skills here!
As you enter the next room, the first thing you notice is a huge '15' written on the door in black, clean letters. Above the door, you see the following pattern:
3 [] 3 [] 4 [] 4 [] 5 [] 5
( [] stand for an empty case )
You need to put in mathematical signs, including addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (x) and equality (=). Perhaps the solution has something to do with the '15' on the door?

HINT: You need to put in an equality sign in the middle between the two 4s. The rest is very easy!

Well done! The next hint consists of this illustration:
Note: The solution contains 9 numbers. Please write them in this order:
TopLeft, TopMiddle, TopRight, MiddleLeft, MiddleMiddle, MiddleRight, BottomLeft, BottomMiddle, BottomRight

HINT: The idea is the same as in the puzzle game Sudoku.

Well done! The next hint consists of this illustration:
Note: The solution contains 9 numbers. Please write them in this order:
TopLeft, TopMiddle, TopRight, MiddleLeft, MiddleMiddle, MiddleRight, BottomLeft, BottomMiddle, BottomRight

HINT: The idea is the same as in the puzzle game Sudoku.

When going into the next room, you see a calendar hanging on the door, showing the month October. Next to the door, there is a box standing on a table and filled with gemstones. The following gems are in the box:
Garnet, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Diamond, Emerald, Pearl, Ruby, Peridot, Sapphire, Opal, Topaz and Tanzanite
There is a hole in the door where you apparently have to insert one of the gemstone. Which one?

HINT: The gems are birthstones. Each month has a different birthstone.

You have nearly solved all the riddles of the temple! The next one is waiting for you here. It is a simple mathematical riddle.
You have to enter a code in an input field. There are some hints.

CODE = 100
CODE = X + Y + Z
X = 6
Y = X x X (X multiplied by X)
Z = ?

What's the code? (Note: Don't add the numbers, simple write the value for X, then right behind the value for Y and then the value for Z.)

In the next room, there is an illustration on the door. Below the illustration, there are four buttons, one for up (U), one for down (D), one for left (L) and one for right (R). You have to push the buttons in a certain order to open the door. In which order do you push the buttons?

HINT: Look at the first letter of every object. For example Umbrella = U.

In the next room, there is an illustration on the door. Below the illustration, there are four buttons, one for up (U), one for down (D), one for left (L) and one for right (R). You have to push the buttons in a certain order to open the door. In which order do you push the buttons?

HINT: Look at the first letter of every object. For example Umbrella = U.

You have nearly finished! Well done! But now have a look at the next riddle:
You find a piece of paper on the floor, with the following hints (note: * is a multiplication sign):
Zero + Four = 8
Two*Seven + Eight = 20
Two + Five + Nine*Seven + Zero*Ten = ?

Again, there is an input field where you have to insert the answer. Let's go!

HINT: Don't pay attention to the value of the numbers, but to the number of letters in the word. For example, nine does not equal nine here, but four because there are four letters in the word.

You have made it to the last riddle, that's fantastic! Now try to solve it, you need to think logically, but it is quite easy. You need to fill in numbers from 1 to 9.

HINT: Try to find the minimum values first. Let me illustrate: The second number can't be one because there's no whole number smaller than 1 in this case. So the second number must at least be 2. Following the same logic, the first number must at least be 3. The rest is quite easy.

You have made it to the last riddle, that's fantastic! Now try to solve it, you need to think logically, but it is quite easy. You need to fill in numbers from 1 to 9.

HINT: Try to find the minimum values first. Let me illustrate: The second number can't be one because there's no whole number smaller than 1 in this case. So the second number must at least be 2. Following the same logic, the first number must at least be 3. The rest is quite easy.