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Multiples of 7

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.

 

Puzzle ID:#44106
Fun:*** (2.18)
Difficulty:** (1.24)
Category:Logic
Submitted By:shenqiangAcn****!!
Corrected By:Winner4600

 

 

 



There are eight different 2-digit 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?




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Comments

safire2191*us*
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.
trickster2005Aus*
Mar 02, 2009

it was fun and different. its hard to find different so great job
potter777
Mar 07, 2009

it is really fun..
AndrewWalkerAfi*
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.
unklemykeAus**
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.
SpockAus*
Jun 04, 2009

I enjoy these sort of math elimination puzzles. Well done!



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