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posted by Katie .
Beginning in 1995, three digit area codes could begin with any number except 0 or 1. The middle and last number were not limited. How many area codes became available. I know the answer is 640 but I don't know how to explain that answer.

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Katie
NEVERMIND, I used common sense
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