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Four or else (Posted on 2010-04-11) Difficulty: 3 of 5
TWO+TWO=NULL
TWO+TWO=ONE
TWO+TWO=FOUR
TWO+TWO=FIVE
TWO+TWO=SIX
TWO+TWO=NINE
Each one of the above mentioned alphametics, treated separately, has more than one base ten solution. Which one has the most? Which one of them, if any, possess an unique solution in another base or bases?

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re(3): Only Base 10 - conflicting values | Comment 5 of 9 |
(In reply to re(2): Only Base 10 - conflicting values by Charlie)

I had a trip to town and whilst away I realised that all of your variables except the "b" began initialised with "1", I returning to make that observation and query if in that might throw up new base values and potentially invalidate what you have already proposed.

Well, you've caught the issue before I could offer those remarks,

  Posted by brianjn on 2010-04-11 23:59:34

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