If
i.
ASK=(A+S+K)^{3} &
ii. SOLVE=(S+O+L+V+E)^{3} Show that:
i. has one integer solution
and
ii. has several, but only one with 5 distinct digits.
List all of them.
(In reply to
computer solution by Charlie)
Charlie, there is an implication in your solution that leading zeroes is permitted. With such permit, would 0 also be a solution where nondistinct digits are considered? Was it perhaps choosing the loop iteration to begin n = 1 that excluded the integer 0 from consideration?

Posted by Dej Mar
on 20200817 22:52:53 