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anonymous

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can someone help me witha math question

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  1. anonymous
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    post it lol

  2. anonymous
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    if i was to purchase a lottery ticket with 4 numbers from 0 to 9 how many possible lottery tickets can be chosen? how do i figure this out?

  3. anonymous
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    ehhh...i think it's 10^4, which is 10,000...b/c there are 4 numbers, and 10 possibilities for each number...i'm not sure though...

  4. anonymous
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    i was going that route also but that is a lot of possiblities thats why i was questioning it

  5. anonymous
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    thanks

  6. shadowfiend
    • 5 years ago
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    Make sure to click `good answer' if someone gave you a good answer :)

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