You return to the bench after cracking the last code, and you notice an envelope on the ground directly under it. You put down your envelope with the previous code and pick up the new one, anticipating another challenge.
Digits are referred to as A-B-C-D in the clues. "A + B" is the sum of the first and second digit. All math follows the standard order of operations
- The number is prime.
- No digits are repeated.
- $A\cdot B=C\cdot D$
- The first digit is greater than 3.
What four digit number matches these criteria? Also, if you want, post your methodology for finding the correct answer, as this will help me in the future.
Note: I am pretty sure that only one number matches all these clues. However, I may have miscalculated. Please correct me in the comments. If you find the answer, put it in a spoiler so the question is not ruined for those who want to solve it.