Algebrogram

Solve algebrogram:

mama+anna=vari

How many solutions are?

Result

n =  64

Solution:

1111 + 1001 = 2112
1111 + 1991 = 3102
1212 + 2002 = 3214
1212 + 2992 = 4204
1313 + 3003 = 4316
1313 + 3993 = 5306
1414 + 4004 = 5418
1414 + 4994 = 6408
1515 + 5005 = 6520
1515 + 5995 = 7510
1616 + 6006 = 7622
1616 + 6996 = 8612
1717 + 7007 = 8724
1717 + 7997 = 9714
1818 + 8008 = 9826
2121 + 1001 = 3122
2121 + 1991 = 4112
2222 + 2002 = 4224
2222 + 2992 = 5214
2323 + 3003 = 5326
2323 + 3993 = 6316
2424 + 4004 = 6428
2424 + 4994 = 7418
2525 + 5005 = 7530
2525 + 5995 = 8520
2626 + 6006 = 8632
2626 + 6996 = 9622
2727 + 7007 = 9734
3131 + 1001 = 4132
3131 + 1991 = 5122
3232 + 2002 = 5234
3232 + 2992 = 6224
3333 + 3003 = 6336
3333 + 3993 = 7326
3434 + 4004 = 7438
3434 + 4994 = 8428
3535 + 5005 = 8540
3535 + 5995 = 9530
3636 + 6006 = 9642
4141 + 1001 = 5142
4141 + 1991 = 6132
4242 + 2002 = 6244
4242 + 2992 = 7234
4343 + 3003 = 7346
4343 + 3993 = 8336
4444 + 4004 = 8448
4444 + 4994 = 9438
4545 + 5005 = 9550
5151 + 1001 = 6152
5151 + 1991 = 7142
5252 + 2002 = 7254
5252 + 2992 = 8244
5353 + 3003 = 8356
5353 + 3993 = 9346
5454 + 4004 = 9458
6161 + 1001 = 7162
6161 + 1991 = 8152
6262 + 2002 = 8264
6262 + 2992 = 9254
6363 + 3003 = 9366
7171 + 1001 = 8172
7171 + 1991 = 9162
7272 + 2002 = 9274
8181 + 1001 = 9182

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