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|Alphametics (also known as alphametrics) are puzzles that combine mathematical and word play, the first modern example of which was Dudeney's SEND + MORE = MONEY. From the "alphamenu," choose traditional alphametics, the doubly-true genre, new literary frontiers, "found" alphametics (three examples from Shakespeare plays), chessametics, alphametic squares, order-n alphametics (in which n uniquely-solvable alphametics are concealed), or recent compositions by the author.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Word Problems, Recreations|
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