Friday, June 1, 2012

Friday Puzzle

A 10-digit number is represented below, but with the digits replaced by letters of the alphabet (each letter always representing the same digit). Given the clues following the "number" figure out what the whole 10-digit number may be (there are 2 possible answers):

ABDCDDDCDD

1) "A" is the number of 0's in the full number.
2) "B" is the number of 1's in the full number.
3) "C" is the number of 2's in the full number.
4) "D" is the number of 3's in the full number.

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6,201,000,100 or 6,102,000,200

1 comment:

sree said...

Nice blog.I love solving this kind of problems,sometimes solving them are difficult its just a bit of trick.How simple can you solve this From a bus stand in Bangalore , if we buy 2 tickets to Malleswaram and3 tickets to Yeshwanthpur, the total cost is Rs 46; but if we buy 3 tickets to Malleswaramand 5 tickets to Yeshwanthpur the total cost is Rs 74. Find the fares from the bus standto Malleswaram, and to Yeshwanthpur http://youtu.be/Wcnl2K-QnDs