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Solving cryptarithmetic problems

I was recently trying to solve cryptarithmetic problems like: F Y H * E W T -------- Z E T F E K Z Z Y Z T X ------------ Y F Y W E F ...
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Alphametics Question

In the figure below, each distinct letter represents a unique digit such that the arithmetic sum holds. If the letter L represents 9, what is the digit represented by the letter T? ...
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help me to solve this Cryptarithm problem

Hello I tried various things but ain't getting where to begin, if anybody would let me know how to solve this it will be of great help P X B * W Y A ...
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How to begin solving this cyrptarithm?

Anybody please help me in how to begin with this cryptarithm. I tried to find for 0,1,5,6,9 but none of them are clearly recognizable.. o u i * o u i ...
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How to solve a cryptarithm with multiple conditions

I'm trying to solve a cryptarithm that must meet all of the following conditions: one + one = two seven is prime nine is a perfect square More specifically, i'm trying to find the ...
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How to solve multiplication alphametics?

I am referring to puzzles like these, where every letter represents a unique number (0-9): ...
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How to solve this alphametic (verbal arithmetic)?

I know I can get the answer for this puzzle but I'm struggling to see how to solve it. Every letter represents a different number (0-9): ...
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What is the base for the following number system?

So there was a spaceship sent back with the following picture that assumed to constitute an addition. What is the base of the number system? ...
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How to solve a cryptarithm?

Given multiplication is $$\begin{array}{cccccc} & & & P & E & N \\ & & & I & N & K \\\hline & & L & K & P & R \\ & ...
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Algorithm (cryptarithm) question, yes it is homework, but I can't get it

The following is a multiplication problem in traditional base ten notation. Each letter represents a different digit. What digit does each letter represent? How did you get your foot in the door?
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(PQ)²=RSP, where P,Q,R,S are distinct single digit natural numbers, then R=?

I have a problem I tried to solve, but couldn't because I don't know the method to solve it and I've never come across such problem. Here's the problem. $(PQ)²=RSP$ Where $P, Q, R, S$ are distinct ...