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# a b c + d e f -------- x y z If, in the addition problem

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09 Aug 2006, 10:00
agree with A. i donot remember that i did it in brief:

u2lover wrote:
my question here is that it explicitly says that numbers ARE different, which is noted by different variables... if it didn't say so would it be correct to assume that some numbers could be equal?

imo, the question should be very clear. if it doesnot say anything, we cannot make any assumption.

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