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HeaRT OF VENUS (Posted on 2011-09-18) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Solve the following alphametic, given that two are primes and one is a composite:

SEVEN - THREE = FOUR

BONUS: Without the restriction of the number of composites and primes in the alphametic, how many different solutions are there?

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Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2011-09-18 17:01:49
Some ThoughtsPARTIAL SOLUTIONAdy TZIDON2011-09-18 14:43:06
Some ThoughtsPARTIAL SOLUTIONAdy TZIDON2011-09-18 14:43:03
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