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A punchcode lock box 
20101129 

From Doug: I am a real estate agent that uses punchcode lock boxes on houses to store the keys. I need to crack the code on one of our boxes, so I need a list of the possible combinations.
Rules:
4 digit code
Numbers 09
Each number can only be used once
Order of the numbers does not matter.
With advice from this site, I have calculated that there should be 210 possibilities.
10x9x8x7 (5040) gives me the total number possibilities and 4x3x2x1 (24) gives me the total number of ways to arrange those numbers.
So if I divide the possibilities by the arrangement, I get 210. (5040 / 24 = 210) GREAT!!!
Now, how do I develop a list of those 210 combinations?
Thanks for your help. Answered by Robert Dawson. 





16 golfers 
20090318 

From Bill: We have 16 golfers. We golf for 5 days, in foursomes. It should work out that each player plays with each other player 1 time exactly.
I just can't figure it out.
Thank you in advance!
Bill Answered by Claude Tardif and Victoria West. 


