Enigma 233: Imagine an Enigma
29 October 2014
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From New Scientist #1379, 13th October 1983 [link]
In this week’s puzzle the ENIGMA is a whole number of gross, and IMAGINE another whole number of gross, over GO times as many as in the ENIGMA.
As usual each letter stands for a digit, and, different letters represent different digits.
IMAGINE / ENIGMA > GO
Please work out what the letters stand for, and find the value of AGAIN.
Note: 1 gross is 12 dozen, i.e. 144.
Note: I am still waiting for a phone line to be connected at my new house, so I only have sporadic access to the internet at the moment. I’ve no idea when I will get connected.