Enigma 220: Power mad
6 September 2014
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From New Scientist #1366, 14th July 1983 [link]
Not another mad letters-for-digits puzzle? Yes, but even crazier than usual. As always, different letters stand for different digits, and the same letter stands for the same digit from beginning to end. But this powerful example is quite mad, for example: ENIGMA = MAD.
As a further prime example of silliness, may I tell you too that PRIME is prime?
Please sort out my MIND.
Note: I am waiting for a phone line to be connected at my new house, so I only have sporadic access to the internet at the moment.