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    ok, for this question, there are 14 variables, A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,L,M,N,O,P

    All letters are added up NOT MULTIPLIED, eg if V = 2, then in the eqn VT=5 , T would equal 3

    The equations are as follows;

    BANDAGE = 59

    POMMEL = 71

    GLIDE = 58

    HAGGLE = 59

    CAPPED = 108

    BOC = 47

    HILD = 72

    NOM = 20



    all values above 0


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    Hmmm, eight equations in fourteen unknowns.

    Think that just about excludes it from "", the set of solvable problems!
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    ..it means that it is not restricted to one solution. eg. 2x+y=3, (x,y>0): The only integer solution is x=1,y=1, but there exists an infinite number of non-integer solutions.
    It may be the case that this problem has only one possible all-integer solution- it will just require some lucky guesses to solve.
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    (Original post by flyinghorse)
    Hmmm, eight equations in fourteen unknowns.

    Think that just about excludes it from "", the set of solvable problems!
    Like a matrice 8x14 ... with another condition all the values are greater than 0 (I think they should be integers as well) lol. Use the computer to do it
 
 
 
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