anonymous
  • anonymous
You are to form a 5 digit number from the digits 1,2,4,6,7,8, and 9, using each at most once. Total possible = 2520 How many of these (total) are less than 50000?___
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anonymous
  • anonymous
3*6*5*4*3=1080
anonymous
  • anonymous
3 possibilities for first digit 6 possibilities for second digit 5 possibilities for third digit 4 possibilities for fourth digit 3 possibilities for fifth digit
anonymous
  • anonymous
right on the money.... how exactly did you get 3 possibilities for the first digit and 3 possibilities for the fith digit?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
fifth
anonymous
  • anonymous
3 for the first since the number has to start with 1,2 or 4
anonymous
  • anonymous
to be less than 50000
anonymous
  • anonymous
and for the rest, one number is used each time so it decreases by 1
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok great thank you very much i attempted that over and over...there have been about 5 problems i havent been able to deal with successfully

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