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### Eight distinct integer values between $1$ and $8$ satisfy six simple conditions ($D+E=F$, etc). Find which value is which.

I have 8 variables; $A$, $B$, $C$, $D$, $E$, $F$, $G$, and $H$. What are they all equal to? Rules: All the variables are equal to integer values between one and eight. None of the ...
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### How to find the value of 5 variables

I have an equation: $$O^R-C+K^Y=ROCKY$$ All of the variables are whole numbers from $0$ to $9$ inclusive. There cannot be any duplicate numbers. I need to find the value of all of the variables.
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### The question in the school magazine : $DBSPD-WILL=WIN$

When I was reading my school magazine, I found some hard problems in the Math Corner page. I can't solve two of the questions. Here is one of them In the equation below, each letter represents ...
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Today, when I was doing a past paper for my upcoming competition, I found a interesting but hard problem: In the equation below, each letter represents distinct digits from $0$ to $9$. $$MATHS\... 3answers 67 views ### Help solving a digit and word code problem/riddle: sum of four “ONE”s is “TEN” Replace each letter by a digit. The same digit must represent each letter, and no beginning letter of a word can be zero. No two letters can be the same number. Find the digits represented by the ... 2answers 58 views ### How did we know that X must be equal to 1? [closed] I did not understand the solution to this problem 0answers 13 views ### Encoding symbolic information with real value number - real number as Goedel number? Goedel number is assignment of natural number to some symbolic statement. Is there encoding system, tad assigns real-valued numbers (scalar, vector, matrices, set of matrices) to the symbolic ... 2answers 56 views ### Multiplication Question I have this question for my math class. I've been working on it for about an hour. Here it is: Each of the letters, F,I,V,E, in this multiplication stands for a different digit. What are the values ... 1answer 74 views ### If a,b,c\in N, such that aaaaaa=b*c*bc*(b+b+c)*(c+c-b)(c-b), then find a,b,c. If a,b,c\in N, such that aaaaaa=b*c*bc*(b+b+c)*(c+c-b)(c-b), then find a,b,c. Where aaaaaa is a six digit no. with each digit equal to a and bc is a 2-digit no. with digits b and c. I ... 15answers 17k views ### I don't understand the homework of my little sister - do you? She visits third class and is 8 years old (you can imagine how ashamed I felt when I said so to her). I helped her with lots of maths stuff today already but this is very unknowable for me. Sorry it'... 1answer 56 views ### Find the digit represented by C. I am self-studying Multiplication and Division. This is a problem I encountered and have hard time with it. I have no clue where to start. In fact, I have read this problem many times, wondering ... 2answers 134 views ### An arithmetic puzzle My answer for this problem is far from that given by the answer sheet. In the multiplication abcde \times e=edade, each letter represents a different digit. what digit does the letter C represent?... 1answer 31 views ### Is there an encryption scheme that provides Pr\{M_1 = m_1\wedge M_2 = m_2 | C_1 = c_1 \wedge C_2 = c_2\} = Pr\{M_1 = m_1 \wedge M_2 = m_2\} Question: Consider the following definition of perfect secrecy for the encryption of two messages.An encryption scheme (Gen, Enc, Dec) over a message space M is perfectly-secret fortwo messages if ... 2answers 3k views ### algorithum math problem if x, y and z each represent a different digit from 0 to 9, what is the value of (x)(y)(z)? 4z 27 +x5 ____ y14 I answered it like this: ... 1answer 879 views ### A number 47_ _74 is a multiple of consecutive numbers. Find the numbers. I had recently solved a problem. A number 47_ _74 is multiple of at least two consecutive numbers. Find the numbers. The list of numbers may be of any length \ge 2. I first saw that if they were ... 2answers 95 views ### Maths for the Diffie Hellman With respect to the maths behind the Diffie Hellman Key exchange algorithm. Why does: (ga mod p)b mod p = gab mod p It might be fairly obvious, but what basic maths guarantees this? Why does the ... 2answers 551 views ### Cryptarithm - Interesting Math Problem This is a very interesting cryptarithm that I came across in an old textbook of mine. It is named accordingly as a tribute to the late Bob Marley (singer). Cryptarithm - Tribute to Bob Marley In the ... 1answer 8k views ### 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 ... 1answer 942 views ### 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? ... 1answer 782 views ### 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 &... 1answer 204 views ### 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 ... 1answer 400 views ### 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 ... 1answer 1k views ### How to solve multiplication alphametics? I am referring to puzzles like these, where every letter represents a unique number (0-9): ... 1answer 8k views ### 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): ... 1answer 98 views ### 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? ... 3answers 4k views ### How to solve a cryptarithm? Given multiplication is$$\begin{array}{cccccc} & & & P & E & N \\ & & & I & N & K \\\hline & & L & K & P & 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 ...