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But the result numbers are disguised - their digits are replaced by letters.
A given letter stands for the same numeral every time it appears in that column.
For example, whatever the C stands for, it stands for that numeral every time the C appears.
Can you work out the percentage change, even with the result digits in code?
What about this next set?
It's a new coding - the letters now stand for different numerals.
What is the percentage change used on all numbers in the first column this time?
Different coding again, and much harder.
By now the problem has definitely become a three star challenge - fancy having a crack at it?