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 Six-digit telephone numbers 2020-03-12 From Lulamile:What is the probability that a six-digit telephone number has no repeated digits? The telephone number cannot begin with a zeroAnswered by Penny Nom. Missing digits in a phone number 2015-01-07 From Janelle:I had a friend try and play a game on me, regarding phone numbers, so I only know the area code , and the last four digits of the phone number. Which means, there are 3 digits that I need to figure out all the possibilities to.Answered by Penny Nom. Four digit phone numbers 2014-02-25 From Tom:Hi, I'm an online math teacher, working on lessons for my students. This question is in their book and I can't do it...! Help! It has to do with phone numbers, and in this problem, we are only dealing with the last 4 digits of the number. It asks how many possible numbers we have if at least one digit repeats in the last 4 digits of the number.Answered by Penny Nom. 7 digit phone numbers 2013-12-08 From Sean:Hi I was wondering how you would calculate how may 7 digit phone numbers there are with only odd digits?Answered by Penny Nom. Missing three digits in a phone number 2009-01-30 From Elmer:I have part of a phone number. the first 3 digits are 212, the last digit is four, and the three missing digits are all odd, how many numbers will I have to call to get the right number? 212- _ _ _ 4?Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom. Some phone numbers 2008-06-30 From star:What do you think the probability of finding the last 3 digits of a telephone number if the 1st digit begins with 7?Answered by Janice Cotcher and Harley Weston. Phone number combinations 2007-01-04 From Efrain:i want to know the different combinations for numbers 7 digits the number are 0-9 its basically the different phone number combinations example: 555-6689 or 565-4896 i just want to know for many different combinations are there....Answered by Penny Nom. Phone Number Possibilities 2000-01-09 From Hamilton Weston:How do phone companies arrive at the possible number of phone numbers that can be generated for customers?Answered by Harley Weston.

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