## Two Wrongs Make a RightIn Cryptography teasers, a phrase or expressions has been encoded in some way (frequently by replacing letters with other letters). You need to figure out the encoding method and then decode the message to find the answer.According to proverb, "two wrongs do not make a right". However, Professor Abacus, renowned cryptomathematician, has discovered a mathematical formula that proves that two wrongs do make a right. Make the following equation correct by replacing each letter with a numeral (0 through 9, except 2, which is already being used as the multiplier in the equation). Each letter can represent only one numeral, and each numeral can only be represented by one letter. There are no leading 0's. Find one of the two possible solutions.
WRONG * 2 = RIGHT ## What Next?
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