You can always count on ANNABEL, as ANN x A = BEL!
In the sum above each of the letters in ANNABEL represent a different digit in the range zero to nine.
For example, if A=1,N=2, B=3, E=4 and L=5 the sum would be 122 x 1 = 345; however, that is not correct.
So can you allocate five different digits to the five letters, so we can count on ANNABEL?
Answer at 9.00 on Monday