|1.||Each Variable should have unique and distinct value.|
|2.||Each Letter, Symbol represents only one digit throughout the problem.|
|3.||Numbers must not begin with zero i.e. 0123 (wrong) , 123 (correct).|
|4.||You have to find the value of each letter in the Cryptarithmetic.|
|5.||There must be only one solution to the problem.|
|6.||The Numerical base, unless specifically stated , is 10.|
|7.||After replacing letters by their digits, the resulting arithmetic operations must be correct.|
Example of Cryptarithmetic Problem
|1.||Suppose if you are considering A=2, then other variable in problem cannot have value equal to 2.
i.e. In the given problem above, B≠2, M≠2, R≠2, Y≠2 etc.
|2.||You cannot take someplace A=2 and someplace A=3 in a single problem.
i.e. If you are getting A=2 and A=3 in same problem, solution is wrong.
|3.||Numbers must not begin with zero.
i.e. In the given problem above, Value of M≠0, B≠0.
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