# What is the minimum possible value of the 2-digit integer EF in the following CRYPTOGRAM?

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What is the minimum possible value of the 2-digit integer EF in the following CRYPTOGRAM? Where A, B, C, D, E and F are all distinct digits and 0 is not allowed to be a leading (first) digit..

``````  A B
+ C D
---
E F
---
``````
posted May 4, 2017
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33

A and C must be lowest digits- 1&2, and one of B or D can be 0, and the other will be next one greater than 2- so 3. We have 13+20=33 - the lowest number for EF.

answer Jul 17

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