# Replace A, B, C by suitable numerals:

Here, in units place,

A 8 = 3
This implies that 1 is borrowed.
11 8 = 3

A = 1
Now in tens place,
Then, 7B=9
1 is borrowed from 7.
16B=9

B = 7
Now in hundreds place,

5C=2
But 1 has been borrowed from 5.
4 - C = 2
C=2
A=1, B=7 and C=2

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