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Ooops, I solved the wrong problem. I over-thought it. 1 in 210 is the answer to pick the correct 4 (non-repeating) numbers out of 10 in any order. Given you know the 4 numbers (and there are only 4 non-repeating), 1 in 24 IS the correct answer. Do I get an A- on my homework? 😉 0

Unless those used numbers are actually part of the security system to make criminals think those are the numbers in the code. Cunning. 0

I bet it’s 910901901000790770170707091070

I’m leaning towards Iy/~

But you still don’t know the sequence so it could still be 1 in 9999 couldn’t it?

Nope. 1 in 210.

Who needs math!

Assuming it’s a 4 digit code. What if it’s 5 digits long, or 8, or 20?

Grumpy….explain your work, or you get zero credit on this test.

Ooops, I solved the wrong problem. I over-thought it.

1 in 210 is the answer to pick the correct 4 (non-repeating) numbers out of 10 in any order.

Given you know the 4 numbers (and there are only 4 non-repeating), 1 in 24 IS the correct answer.

Do I get an A- on my homework? 😉

Who cares, the green light is on…just open it.

LOL

Proof that beer beats math!

Number of possibilities: 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 24

Proof stupid will comment.

But your grade 3 math is correct.

Unless those used numbers are actually part of the security system to make criminals think those are the numbers in the code. Cunning.

Conan you’re an underestimated genius.

Grumpy…you are still a grumpy old cccc prick.

210.. I’m stuck.

Please explain.