Puzzle #119: A Prime Cryptarithm

This is a wonderful puzzle taken from the book “The Moscow Puzzles” by Boris A. Kordemsky. This book has a great collection of puzzles.

In this remarkable puzzle, each digit is a prime (2, 3, 5 or 7). No letters or digits are provided as clues, but there is only one solution. Find each of the digits in the multiplication below.

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As always, please send your answers as comments within the blog (preferred), or send an e-mail to alokgoyal_2001@yahoo.com. Please do share the puzzle with others if you like, and please also send puzzles that you have come across that you think I can share in this blog.

Happy cryptic days!

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3 Responses to Puzzle #119: A Prime Cryptarithm

  1. Suman Saraf says:

    775 x 33

    Btw, you blog loads verrrryyyyyy slowwwwlllly in China 😦

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  2. Chandu Karan says:

    ,,775
    ,,,33
    ———–
    ,2325
    2325
    ———–
    25575

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