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For the tens we may write down the equation N + R + (possibly) 1 = (N - 1) + 10. Consequently, R should be replaced by either 8 or 9. 9, however, has already been used for S. So we reserve 8 for R. In the N + R equation above we have added 1 only tentatively. Since we had to choose 8 as the equivalent for R, the addition of 1 becomes a must, and that implies that the sum of the units, D + E, must be bigger than 10. Because the numbers 8 and 9 have already been used, only two combinations are left, either 6 and 7, or 5 and 7, E cannot be 7, because in that case (look at the tensl), N would become 8, that is, equal to R, which is against the rules of the arts of the cryptogram, which stipulate that each letter stands for a different figure.

Ab X cdefaab = ghddeiecb + +- gkbcd X gkbcd = gebhceactb gkcff +cdhkhff= cifcbff 41 CHAPTER V How OLD ARE MARY AND ANN? All problems in this chapter are similar. You are requested to find out how old a number of people are whose ages now or in the past or in the future have certain arithmetical relations to one another. The difficulty with such problems is to find the equation that covers all the given relations, which, incidentally, may be highly involved. Often, this task is much more difficult than it looks at first glance and you may get into a labyrinth from which escape seems rather hopeless.

Climbing a hill, Jim makes one and a half miles an hour. Coming down the same trail he makes four and a half miles an hour. The whole trip took him six hours and he did not even stop to enjoy the view from the mountain top. How many miles is it to the top of the hill? 97. Journey around the lake. Between three towns, Ashton, Beale and Caster, all situated on the shore of a huge lake, there is regular steamship communication. Ashton and Beale, both on the south shore, are 20 miles apart. Every day two steamships leave simultaneously from Ashton, the westernmost of the two towns, to make their several daily trips around the lake townships.

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