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62 people have taken part in a survey on modes of transport they use to travel to work. They have been asked whether they travel by Car, Train and Bus only or a combination of these three modes of travel.
- Twice as many people use the Car only as use the Car and Train.
- Four more people use the Bus only than the Train only.
- Twice as many people use the Train and Bus as use all three modes.
- The same number of people use the Car and Bus as use the Bus only.
- Thirteen more people use the Car only than the Bus only.
- Two people use all three modes of transport.
- How many people travel by Car only?
- How many people travel by Train only?
- How many people travel by Bus only?
- How many people travel by Car and Bus?
Find the number equivalent for the following alphametic expressions to make the equations true. Each letter is unique with values from 0 to 9. Note: There may be more than one solution.
- ZERO + ONE + TWO = THREE
- TWO + THREE + SEVEN = TWELVE
- THREE + THREE + ONE = SEVEN
- SEVEN + SEVEN + SIX = TWENTY
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In the following ARITH-maze puzzle, go to ‘START’ and proceed through this numerical maze, following instructions as provided, until you get to the ‘FINISH’ box. What number did you finish with?