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Q: detailed explanation of the different types of cryptarithm with examples
A: Specific types of crptarithms are; Alphametic A type of cryptarithm in which a set of words is written down in the form of a long addition sum or some other mathematical problem. [ [ [ [ The object is to replace the letters of the alphabet with decimal digits to make a valid arithmetic sum. Digimetic A cryptarithm in which digits are used to represent other digits. Skeletal division A
long division in which most or all of the digits are replaced by symbols (usually asterisks) to form a cryptarithm.Source(s): ] ] ] ]
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User: detailed explanation of the different types of cryptarithm with examples

Weegy: Specific types of crptarithms are; Alphametic A type of cryptarithm in which a set of words is written down in the form of a long addition sum or some other mathematical problem. [ [ [ [ The object is to replace the letters of the alphabet with decimal digits to make a valid arithmetic sum. Digimetic A cryptarithm in which digits are used to represent other digits. Skeletal division A long division in which most or all of the digits are replaced by symbols (usually asterisks) to form a cryptarithm.Source(s): ] ] ] ]
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User: what are the different types of cryptarithms

Weegy: Specific types of cryptarithm include the alphametic, the digimetic, and the skeletal division. Alphametic A type of cryptarithm in which a set of words is written down in the form of a long addition sum or some other mathematical problem. [ The object is to replace the letters of the alphabet with decimal digits to make a valid arithmetic sum. Digimetic A cryptarithm in which digits are used to represent other digits. Skeletal division A long division in which most or all of the digits are replaced by symbols (usually asterisks) to form a cryptarithm. Source(s): ]
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