How many different solutions are there to this division? different letters stand for different digits and no number begins with zero.
JMO / UK = OK ( what are the numbers)
JMO = OK*UK
K cannot be one, because K^2 = 1 = O,. repetition is not allowed.
Let K = 2. Then O = 4
So 42* U2 = JMO.
Product is three digits. U cannot be 3,neither 2. So try one
So 42*12 = 504.
Try other combination, if possible.