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31 January, 10:52

Steven needs to select a 5-digit code to turn off his alarm system. How many different codes can be formed if no digits can be repeated?

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  1. 31 January, 11:21
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    Answer: Just one

    Step-by-step explanation:

    if you can't repeat any digits the first code will go 12345 and just like you run out of digits
  2. 31 January, 12:45
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    100,000

    Step-by-step explanation:

    There are 5 digits in the number. To form a five digit number, we can have any digit in the 5th place except 0 because 0 will cause the number to be a 4 digit one.

    So, the number of ways we can fill the 5th place is 9.

    For the 4th place, we can have any digit from 0-9. Same goes for the 3rd, 2nd as well as the One's place.

    Finally we can multiply them and get your answer which is 9*10*10*10*10 which results in 90000.

    Unless of course this is an actual code in which the 5th place can be 0. Then that would make the amount 10*10*10*10*10, or 100,000
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