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
re: computer solution by Dej Mar)
Actually zero had not occurred to me. I wasn't actually considering leading zeros, just considering numbers such as ME = (M+E)^3 or HOME = (H+O+M+E)^3.
But of course you're right: 0 is just as good a solution for I = (I)^3 as 1.

Posted by Charlie
on 20200825 11:31:12 