# Questions tagged [cryptarithm]

A cryptarithm is a numeric puzzle in which a mathematical equation is given where the digits are replaced by letters, the object being to recover the original equation. The canonical example is SEND + MORE = MONEY, which has the unique solution 9567 + 1085 = 10652. There are variants, such as long division problems where most of the digits are replaced by asterisks.

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### General Approach to Solving Cryptarithms [closed]

I have recently started honing my problem-solving skills, starting with number-related problems. Cryptarithms have appeared frequently, so I was wondering whether there is some sort of general ...
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### Solve alphanumeric puzzle $(HE) \times (EH) = (WHEW).$

This is a self-answer query. I came across a recent mathSE query that presented an interesting problem, and took some time solving it. When I looked for the query to respond, I couldn't find it. I ...
### How to find $\overline{abc}_{7}-\overline{cba}_{7}=\overline{xy4}_{7}$?
The problem is as follows: Let: $\overline{abc}_{7}-\overline{cba}_{7}=\overline{xy4}_{7}$ Assuming $a=b-c$ Find: $cba_{7}$ in terms of decimal system. How exactly should I do this?. Can someone ...