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BROWN + YELLOW = PURPLE

Firstly we are assuming that the standard rules of Cryptoarithmetics apply Here is the manual solution Solution
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BROWN + YELLOW = PURPLE

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Math is Awesome

Everyone's assuming But Which means that the maximum potential value of $MATH$ is Can we achieve this? Incidentally, If we exploit this loophole,
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A much nicer version of the trivial answer that is already noted is
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Math is Awesome

Explaining the "trivial solution" mentioned by Daniel The last digit cannot be 9 because it is 2 * E (from AWE and SOME) , therefore needs to be even. ...
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Since this was solved for non-distinct digits, I'm trying to get the maximum out of "MATH" with distinct digits. So the first try is with So my seconds try is with So the final result:
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Math is Awesome

Trivial solution without distinct values: Maximizing MATH with distinct values:
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Cryptic Division 8: Business as Usual

Cryptic clues: Someone who is not telling the truth about a form of mass transit Prospect for gold in American state Condemn one not a part of religion A solution path for the alphametic: The ...
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