In Numberrangements, you are given an arrangement of letters. The letters represent all of the whole numbers from 1 to the total number of letters used. Each letter represents a different number. Using the clues given, find which number each letter represents.
2.E is a prime factor of G. 2 is a prime factor of 4.
5.I is not equal to 1. I=3
A9543B represents a six-digit number in which A and B are digits different from each other. The number is divisible by 11 and also by 8.
What digit does A represent?
Here is the problem:
Each letter represents a different digit. Solve for each letter.
In this teaser you have been given two (2) clues in each line. Each word differs by only one (1) letter, which I have given you. Your task is to discover the answers to the clues provided. The order of the letters does not change.
Remove _ _ _ I _ _ / _ _ _ U _ _ Justify
E X C (I) S E / E X C (U) S E
specialist _ _ _ E _ _ / _ _ _ O _ _ ship
hull _ _ L _ _ / _ _ N _ _ indulgence
scorch S _ _ _ _ / T _ _ _ _ slight colouration
soft spread _ U _ _ _ _ / _ I _ _ _ _ grievous
How many different positive numbers (integers) can you make using each of the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, once only, and a take away sign?
Example 31-24, or 413-2
Identify 2 words for each given clues.
Remove 1 letter from first answer to find the 2nd answer.
eg. The Wright brothers/Illumination - FLIGHT > LIGHT
1) The Wright brothers/Illumination
2) Travelling through the air/Not the truth
3) True statement/Part of a play
4) Straightforward/Position in hierarchy
5) Device for igniting an explosive/To employ
6) A numeric digit/Belongs to us
7) To put in as much as possible/Unwell
8) Above 37 degrees/At any time