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Melting the ice (Posted on 2011-09-01) Difficulty: 4 of 5
In the above sentence the letter "E" represents a certain digit.
Other letters replace other digits, distinct from the digit assigned to E, but not as one-to-one function.

1. Find a solution (not necessarily mine).

2. Devise a sentence that is more sensible or relevant for the above multiplication sample, but retains the value held by the letter "E"{or a corresponding letter in your solution} in same positions as in my original text.

No Solution Yet Submitted by Ady TZIDON    
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Some Thoughts B O N U S Question | Comment 3 of 12 |

2. "Devise a sentence that is more sensible .".. etc  can be addressed without solving the 1st part. 

Just create a valid sentence fitting the pattern:

 "     *X* **X *X** X*** X*** X*****   "

where X is the same letter (e.g. e) and the stars represent any letters other than the one replacing X (e.g. not e).

Why not give it a trial?

  Posted by Ady TZIDON on 2011-09-02 07:14:06
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