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Two and Two

Stage: 3 Challenge Level: Challenge Level:3 Challenge Level:3 Challenge Level:3
 

Each of the different letters below stands for a different number.
 


 
How many solutions can you find to this cryptarithm?
How can you be sure you have found them all?


Can you create other similar cryptarithms?

Here are some suggestions to start you off.
 
     ONE + ONE = TWO

     ONE + TWO = THREE

     ONE + THREE = FOUR

     FOUR + FIVE = NINE



Can you make a cryptarithm subtraction?


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