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A nine digit number 2006-03-06
From Ryan:
What is the total number of possible combinations of a nine digit number (ie., social security number) including repeating numbers?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom.
Social security numbers 2002-09-06
From Chris:
How many different number combinations are there for the social security system? We know that there are only a certain ammount of combinations available and the current US population is at 281 million. The number system should include as many nine digit combinations as possible using the numbers 0-9 in multiple different spots.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Social Security Numbers 1998-07-07
From Valerie Lucas:
How many social security numbers are possible?

the answer is 10^9

why isn't the answer 9^9?
Answered by Harley Weston.




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