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six = five (Posted on 2009-05-23) Difficulty: 2 of 5
In this alphametic equation, six and five are respectively positive integers in base 6 and base 5 notation. Each of the small letters in bold represents a different digit, and none of the numbers contains any leading zero.

(six)6 = (five)5

What are the respective minimum value and the maximum value of six?

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SolutionsolutionDej Mar2009-05-23 18:54:36
computer solutionDaniel2009-05-23 12:39:26
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