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The number of three-letter "words" that can be formed with the english alphabet is 26^3 the number of five-letter "words" that can be formed is 26^5. how many times more five-letter "words" can be formed than three-letter "words"?

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  1. anonymous
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    find what 26^3 is and find out what 26^5 is

  2. anonymous
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    then divid the value of 26^5/26^3..and it'll give u the answer

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    ok thanks

  4. anonymous
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    oh sorry wrong question

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    ohhh ok lol

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