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# 6RS +RR4 ------ P, QPQ They all represent

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6RS
+RR4
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P, QPQ

They all represent different digits. What does S represent?

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01 Aug 2003, 10:56
That helps noone, explain come up with your logic.
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01 Aug 2003, 11:13
I did, I used answer choices?

Akami, you have the math talent, I am only a bean-counter.
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01 Aug 2003, 11:14
Curly05 wrote:
I did, I used answer choices?

Akami, you have the math talent, I am only a bean-counter.

You don't need any math talent for this one. C'mon. Try. Step one. What number must P be?
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01 Aug 2003, 11:35
Since the Most R could be is 9, P must be one

But, Aky(nickname), I thought some math whiz would get a algebra solution.

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01 Aug 2003, 12:03
Curly05 wrote:
Since the Most R could be is 9, P must be one

But, Aky(nickname), I thought some math whiz would get a algebra solution.

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The best solution is the one that works.

Okay, you know P is one. What does that tell you about R?
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