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smurfyboy88 Hii Set this number problem as a "fun" extension homework, just can't get my head round it. The only way i see of figuring it out is through trial and error, and i really don't have time for that.
Anyway, here goes:
"Below is a puzzle containing 4 different letters, which each represent a different number (positive, integer). The "?" can be substituted for any of the numbers to achieve the totals. The total is the sum of all numbers on that row. Submit the each of the numbers."
K + S + ? + ? = 14 Eqn1
? + ? + P + N = 48 Eqn2
K + P + ? + ? = 27 Eqn3
N + ? + N + S = 20 Eqn4
So far i have that:
4<N<18
S<12
K<12
P<25
NB: If u know a way to solve it, but don't have time to actually work out the answers, could you hit me up with a method for solving it?
Cheers