Enigma 1457: Anglo-Italian sums
28 February 2013
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From New Scientist #2618, 25th August 2007
Within each of these Anglo-Italian sums, digits have been consistently replaced by capital letters, different letters used for different digits. However, the three sums are entirely distinct — a letter need not have the same value in one as in either of the others. No number starts with a zero.
(a) FOUR + FOUR = OTTO
(b) TWO + TRE + FIVE = DIECI
(c) THREE + NOVE = DODICI
What are the numbers represented by OTTO in (a), DIECI in (b), DODICI in (c)?