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Greek Approximation (Posted on 2009-09-05) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Substitute each capital letter in bold by a different base ten digit from 0 to 9, such that (TAU).BETA when rounded off to the nearest integer is equal to PI, and the absolute difference of (TAU).BETA and PI is the minimum. Each of A, P and T is nonzero.

Notes:

(i) PI does not represent the quantity π and, .BETA denotes a decimal fraction.

(ii) Relevant alphametic rules are applicable for this problem.

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further findingsDaniel2009-09-05 16:17:30
computer solutionDaniel2009-09-05 12:58:55
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