Use the digits 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 to solve. Usual rules for alphanumeric puzzles: no letter can have more than one value associated with [eg, if \(N = 5\), then \(N = 5\) for all \(N\)] and no value can be associated with more than one letter [eg, both \(Z\) and \(N\) can’t be \(5\)].

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DavidA:5 B:7 E:9 I:0 N:1 O:3 R:8 S:2 Y:4 Z:6 ZEROES:698392 ONES:3192 BINARY: 701584 ZEROES+ONES: 701584

Manan ShahPost authorcorrect! nicely done!