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    A * [(b + c)(d - e) - f(g*h) ] / j = 10

    A * [(B + C)(D - E) - F(G*H) ] / J = 10

    Knowing that each variable is a unique, single-digit, nonzero number, and that C - B = 1, and H - G = 3, what is the number ABCDEFGHJ, where each letter is a digit? For example, if A = 4, B = 2, and C = 7, ABC would equal 427.



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    What do you mean by [x] ? Is it the same as floor(x)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TriKri View Post
    What do you mean by [x] ? Is it the same as floor(x)?
    here [] are just another type of bracket.

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