The figure above show an example of a 4-digit identification code used by a certain bank for its customers. If the digits in the code must appear in descending numerical order, not using zero and no digit can be used more than once, what is the difference between the largest and the smallest possible codes?
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largest 9876 smallest 1234
difference is 8642
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can you help me tho
So, the codes have to be 4 digits, they can't reuse numbers and the code has to be in descending order. Then the highest code you can use is 9876 and the lowest is 4321. The difference is 5555.
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