I am working on a question for Probability that is dealing with discrete random variables and their probability distributions and I could use some assistance in figuring out how to solve it. I have dealt with similar problems already, but for some reason this one keeps tripping me up.

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I think there are:
\[{26^2} \cdot {10^4} = 6,760,000\]
possible combinations

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