Multiples of 7
Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.
There are eight different 2digit numbers: AD, BA, BG, CE, DB, DH, EF, and FC. Each is less than 70 and divisible by 7. Each of the distinct letters represents a different digit. The same letter represents the same digit. Given E=5, what is G?
Answer
8.
Since E=5, F=6 and C=3.
The remaining numbers divisible by 7 are 14, 21, 28, 42 and 49. The number 1 appears in the tens digit only once; therefore, A=1, B=2, D=4, G=8, and H=9.
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safire2191
Feb 15, 2009
 cool teaser =) try mixing up the numbers next time. when i wrote the mutliples of 7 out i didn't have much work to do 
Nerine
Feb 16, 2009
 Very easy, but an entertaining riddle. Once I worked out C, E and F the rest was simple.

trickster2005
Mar 02, 2009
 it was fun and different. its hard to find different so great job

potter777
Mar 07, 2009
 it is really fun.. 
AndrewWalker
Mar 07, 2009
 It was too easy if a is 1 and b is 2 etc. if you would have said like e is 1 then it would of been harder to figure out. 
unklemyke
Mar 30, 2009
 Got to agree with Andy  it would have added another level of difficulty if you hadmixedthe number and letter orders once I got the e=5, f=6 then the a=1 and b =2, everything just fell into place. You should have tossed in a Y or a Q just for added interest. Good puzzler anyway. 
Spock
Jun 04, 2009
 I enjoy these sort of math elimination puzzles. Well done! 
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