Enigma 309: Missing letters
10 September 2015
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From New Scientist #1457, 23rd May 1985 [link]
In the following division sum, some of the digits are missing and some are replaced by letters. The same letter stands for the same digit whenever it appears, and different letters stand for different digits.
Find the correct sum.
This puzzle brings the total number of Enigma puzzles on the site to 890. Since the final puzzle was Enigma 1780 you might expect that we now have 50% of all Enigma puzzles ever published available in the archive. However since there are sometimes multiple puzzles published with the same number (typically at Christmas) I don’t think we’re quite there yet. But I’ll be marking the “half-way” milestone sometime next week.