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License plates and poker hands 2009-03-14
From CC:
You have a license plate it can have 6 numbers/letters you can use the numerals 0-9 and the letters A-Z how many combos are possible and how did you figure it out?

Question 2,

Your dealt an Omaha hand You have KKKQQ, how many different hands can consist of the same cards.

Answered by Harley Weston.
License plates 2008-11-17
From Clayton:
Okay, so in this situation a license plate must have four letters (A-Z) and four numbers (0-9), ex. ABCD-1234, where repeating a letter or number is allowed ex. AAAA-1234, or ABCD-1111, or AAAA-1111. The order of letters first numbers second, or number first, letters second is allowable, and each state has its own plates, so ABCD-1234 from New York, and ABCD-1234 from Minnesota are considered different combinations, how many different license plates could there be?
Answered by Penny Nom.



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