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9-letter word III (Posted on 2015-12-11) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Search in the English dictionary the words that complete the alphametic sequences + sequences = ?
in such a way the solution is unique.

There are several possible solutions,- provide the one with a minimal value of s+e+q+u+n+c.

See The Solution Submitted by Ady TZIDON    
Rating: 3.5000 (2 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
Some Thoughtsre(2): Cartesian - adj & nAdy TZIDON2015-12-25 14:40:46
re: Cartesian - adj & nDej Mar2015-12-25 12:35:51
Some ThoughtsCartesian - adj & nAdy TZIDON2015-12-25 10:59:30
Some ThoughtsDejmar- read carefullyAdy TZIDON2015-12-25 10:41:25
Some ThoughtsElimination of two possible given answersDej Mar2015-12-25 06:45:23
Some Thoughtsre: Not only one!Ady TZIDON2015-12-24 20:57:08
Hints/Tipsre: Not only one!......neither qualifiesAdy TZIDON2015-12-18 18:32:48
SolutionNot only one!Dej Mar2015-12-18 04:38:21
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