Question

At the bottom is a completed addition problem with all the digits replaced by letters. Every letter represents a single digit and different letters represent different digits. What digit might the letter T represent?
MH+ MH+ MH = TM
BRAINLIEST

1. MichaelMet

T= 5 (H = 7, M = 1); T = 7 (H = 4, M = 2); T = 9
(H=1, M =3)
Step-by-step explanation:
We know MH+MH+MH=TM
MH is a two digit number, and TM is also a
two digit number.
MH+MH+MH=3*MH<100
3M<=9, meaning that M could be 1, 2, or 3.
If M=1,
MH+MH+MH=3(10+H)=30+3H=TM=10*T+1
30+3H=10T+1, so 3H must include 1 in one’s
digit.
The only possibility is that 3H = 21, then H = 7
MH+MH+MH=17+17+17=TM=51, T = 5
If M=2.
MH+MH+MH=3(20+H)=60+3H=TM=10T+2
60+3H=10T+2, so 3H must include 2 in one’s
digit.
The only possibility is 3H = 12, then H = 4
MH+MH+MH=24+24+24=72, T = 7

IT IM=4,
MH+MH+MH=3(20+H)=60+3H=TM=10T+2
60+3H=10T+2, so 3H must include 2 in one’s
digit.
The only possibility is 3H = 12, then H = 4
MH+MH+MH=24+24+24=72. T=7
If M=3.
MH+MH+MH=3(30+H)=90+3H=TM=10T+3
90+3H=10T+3, so 3H must include 3 in one’s
digit.
The only possibility is 3H = 3, then H =1
MH+MH+MH=31+31+31=93. T=9 please mark brainiest thanks