## Power and value assignment puzzle

Substitute each capital letter in bold by a different digit from 0 to 9, such that (TAU).BETA when rounded off to the nearest integer is equal to PI, and the absolute difference of (TAU).BETA and PI is the minimum. Each of T, B and P is nonzero.
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 Quote by K Sengupta Substitute each capital letter in bold by a different digit from 0 to 9, such that (TAU).BETA when rounded off to the nearest integer is equal to PI, and the absolute difference of (TAU).BETA and PI is the minimum. Each of T, B and P is nonzero.
I underlined a little of your post there...
Do you mean PI as in π, the ratio of a circle's circumference to it's diameter?

If so since when is Pi an integer? Is that the puzzle here?

 Quote by i.neu Do you mean PI as in π,.....
In the current puzzle, PI is a two digit positive integer in consonance with the requisite substitution in conformity with cryptarithmetic rules and does not have any connection with п.

The relevant definition of a cryptarithm is given here.