Enigma 367: Spilt ink
21 October 2016
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From New Scientist #1516, 10th July 1986 [link]
Uncle Bungle has been making up another long division sum with letters substituted for digits, and those who know him well — as I do — will not be surprised to hear that all was not as it should be. Being rather old-fashioned he still uses ink, and being rather careless he has spilt it so that some of the letters were, I’m afraid, quite illegible. What can be read can be seen below, and I am glad to say that what is left is as it should be; that is, each letter stands for a different digit:
Rewrite the complete sum with letters and blanks replaced by digits.