My Daughter came with an Equation (Baked Beans = Fibre) each letter equals a no. 0-9, she needs to find out what numbers Fibre consists of, is there a solution to help?

Baked Beans = Fibre So if B=1 then F=2 The number can only relate to 1 letter So F=2 means that A cannot =2 or 1. This is a secondary school first year problem.

Hi burtant, is there any more to the question, perhaps a first part?
27 April 2011
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