“The Square Root of Wonderful” was the name of play on Broadway.
If each letter in WONDERFUL stands for a different digit (zero excluded) and if OODDF, using the same code, represents the square root, then what is the square root of WONDERFUL?
(In reply to re: Not Quite Pencil and Paper
by Ady TZIDON)
Um? You've started with the concept of 3300² going to 10 digits? Then you've worked backwards? Seems that way.
From that premise I began with 22111 and worked upwards. Having gotten to the 22881 and then moving upwards it seemed clear that uncertainty was ruled out.
(An edit, comment I have overlooked entering, in my prior comment I believe means that I have ruled out all other solution possibilities).
And then, Charlie offers that assurance with his earlier comment.
Edited on June 8, 2009, 11:08 pm
Posted by brianjn
on 2009-06-08 10:10:42