# Difference between revisions of "1997 PMWC"

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+ | In the multiplication on the right, each letter and each █ represent a single digit. Different letters represent different digits but a █ can represent any digit. What is the five-digit number "HAPPY" stands for? | ||

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+ | █ 1 █ | ||

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+ | x 9 █ | ||

+ | _________ | ||

+ | █ █ 9 █ | ||

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+ | █ █ █ 7 █ | ||

+ | _________ | ||

+ | H A P P Y | ||

[[1997 PMWC Problems/Problem I2|Solution]] | [[1997 PMWC Problems/Problem I2|Solution]] |

## Revision as of 17:08, 8 October 2007

## Contents

- 1 Problem I1
- 2 Problem I2
- 3 Problem I3
- 4 Problem I4
- 5 Problem I5
- 6 Problem I6
- 7 Problem I7
- 8 Problem I8
- 9 Problem I9
- 10 Problem I10
- 11 Problem I11
- 12 Problem I12
- 13 Problem I13
- 14 Problem I14
- 15 Problem I15
- 16 Problem T1
- 17 Problem T2
- 18 Problem T3
- 19 Problem T4
- 20 Problem T5
- 21 Problem T6
- 22 Problem T7
- 23 Problem T8
- 24 Problem T9
- 25 Problem T10

## Problem I1

Evaluate 29 27/28 x 27 14/15 Solution

## Problem I2

In the multiplication on the right, each letter and each █ represent a single digit. Different letters represent different digits but a █ can represent any digit. What is the five-digit number "HAPPY" stands for?

█ 1 █

x 9 █

_________

█ █ 9 █

█ █ █ 7 █ _________ H A P P Y