# Don’t let this daunting equation dissuade you to deduce the desired result

Given:

A, B, P are distinct digits.

AA, AAA, ABB are concatenated numbers.

Relations:

$$P=A+A+B$$

$$(AA + ABB)^P-(ABB)^P=(AAA - A) ^P+(B+B^B*B)^P+(B^B)^P$$

Don’t be afraid to make reasonable assumptions to quickly deduce A and B.

• Thx..looks much better and distinguishes both equations – Uvc Jun 7 at 11:29