## Description

A cryptarithm, also known as an alphanumeric puzzle, uses symbols to denote numbers in a number. Unlike algebra, consecutive symbols are treated as a whole number and not multiplied. There are cryptarithms that only contain numbers and no letters. They can be used in addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division.

## Examples

1.

__ |
1 |
__ | ||||

X |
9 |
__ | ||||

__ |
__ |
9 |
__ | |||

+ |
__ |
__ |
__ |
7 | ||

H |
A |
P |
P |
Y |

(Taken from 1997 PMWC)

2.

S |
C |
A |
M | |

+ |
B |
A |
N | |

W |
I |
K |
I |

Find 2 solutions, if A, B, and C are 4, 5, 8, respectively.

3.

V |
A |
N |
D |
A |
L | |

/ |
3 | |||||

B |
L |
O |
C |
K |

4.

F |
O |
R |
T |
Y | |

T |
E |
N | |||

+ |
T |
E |
N | ||

S |
I |
X |
T |
Y |