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Programming assignments 3 25 Points (Do NOT work in groups for programming assignments.)
 

Summary: Programming assignments 3 25 Points
(Do NOT work in groups for programming assignments.)
A cryptarithm is a puzzle in which letters are substituted for numbers in an equation. We assume
that no two letters have the same value. The term was coined by Maurice Vatriquant in 'Sphinx'
magazine in 1931. The following are examples of cryptarithms:
S E N D
M O R E
+G O L D
M O N E Y
5 4 7 8
1 6 2 4
9 6 3 8
1 6 7 4 0
V E N U S
- E A R T H
M A R S
5 4 7 3 9
4 6 1 2 0
8 6 1 9
In this assignment, you are to use Ruby to find the solution for cryptarithms. Our puzzles will be

  

Source: Allan, Vicki H. - Department of Computer Science, Utah State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences