The equation MATH = COU + NTS can be made true if each of the letters M, A, T, H, C, O, U, N and S is replaced by a different digit and the equation is seen as the sum of two three-digit integers resulting in a four-digit integer. If C = 2, a solution can be found in which one of the three-digit integers is a multiple of 23. In that case, what four-digit integer does MATH represent?

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**The equation MATH = COU + NTS can be made true if each of the letters M, A, T, H, C, O, U, N and S is replaced by a different digit and the equation is seen as the sum of two three-digit integers resulting in a four-digit integer. If C = 2, a solution can be found in which one of the three-digit integers is a multiple of 23. In that case, what four-digit integer does MATH represent?**

**MATH = COU + NTS**

1034 = 298 + 736** 736 **is a multiple of 23.

heureka Nov 6, 2019

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**The equation MATH = COU + NTS can be made true if each of the letters M, A, T, H, C, O, U, N and S is replaced by a different digit and the equation is seen as the sum of two three-digit integers resulting in a four-digit integer. If C = 2, a solution can be found in which one of the three-digit integers is a multiple of 23. In that case, what four-digit integer does MATH represent?**

**MATH = COU + NTS**

1034 = 298 + 736** 736 **is a multiple of 23.

heureka Nov 6, 2019