Given two ditinct alphametics:
@ i: What's so special about dbstue ?
@ ii: When did you lately eat 38649 4110?
(In reply to re: answers
by Ady TZIDON)
Not because B=4 in the first equation, as the two alphametics are given to be distinct. For instances, between the two equations D=1 & 9, E=4 & 7, S=0 & 2, T=7 & 9. The actual reason is because of those words of the form E??S where ? represents the same letter, only those I listed did not use the alphametic digits already defined by the alphametic multiplication solution and still formed recognizable words (thus, the omission of EDDS, EFFS, and ERRS).
Edited on January 10, 2016, 12:13 am
Posted by Dej Mar
on 2016-01-10 00:10:14