# The simple addition of three numbers of three digits each.

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The simple addition of three numbers of three digits each. In this problem all the digits given are wrong. Each digit represent a correct digit. Wherever the wrong digit appears it represents the same correct digit. Same correct digit represents the same wrong digit wherever it appears. Find the correct digits and the total.
1 6 7
1 7 1
1 6 7

9 5 9

posted Nov 11, 2014
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