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In the multiplication probelem at the right,A,B,C represent different non-zero digits. Each time the same letter appears it represents the same digit. Find the 2 numbers represnted by AA and BC.(0 is zero).
A A
x B C
------
B B O
A A
-----
6 6 0

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    If A*C is 10, then a or c is 2,5
    which means BB is 11
    Because A+B is 6 without a carry, then
    if A is 5
    AA=55
    BB=11
    BC=12
    Your teacher is too easy.

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