Remember coming across this in high school-

Each letter represents a number; can you solve the problem?

answer to be posted in the comments section in 1-2 days

There are numerous solutions to this puzzle; here is one:

G=4 H=6 I=5 N=3 O=7 R=2 T=8 W=1

Yes, there are many solutions. It’s possible they are all zero.

Or.. G=0, T=0, N=0, H=0, O=0, R=2, I=4, W=1

peter you are wrong. the only numbers that can be in the problem more than once are the numbers that represent R and G. each different letter represents a different number. so both of the answers you said are incorrect.

49153+ 49153= ———- 98306

that is what i got 49153 and 98306. how many different solutions are there for this problem?

To comment log in or register for a free Smartkit account.

RLP| Profile December 19th, 2006 - 1:56 amThere are numerous solutions to this puzzle; here is one:

G=4 H=6 I=5 N=3 O=7 R=2 T=8 W=1

Peter| Guest January 11th, 2007 - 5:43 pmYes, there are many solutions. It’s possible they are all zero.

Or.. G=0, T=0, N=0, H=0, O=0, R=2, I=4, W=1

max| Guest January 17th, 2007 - 9:14 pmpeter you are wrong. the only numbers that can be in the problem more than once are the numbers that represent R and G. each different letter represents a different number. so both of the answers you said are incorrect.

Jean Paul| Guest February 15th, 2007 - 4:54 am49153+

49153=

———-

98306

james| Guest April 27th, 2007 - 4:12 pmthat is what i got 49153 and 98306. how many different solutions are there for this problem?