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Homework Help: 6 th grade Math

Posted by Bob on Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 9:01pm.

You can find the total number of different 4-digit numbers of choices for each digit (9) to the number of digits (4), or 9 to the 4th power.
Based on this pattern, how many different 5-digit numbers could you make from the digits 1 through 8?

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