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a combination lock has three dials, each numbered from 1-9. each combination consists of 3 digits, one from each dial. how many different combinations are possible?

please help me i tried this for 10 mins i cant figure it out. thanks

  • mathss -

    What is wrong with 9*9*9 ?

  • mathss -

    what do you mean whats wrong with it?...

    are you saying that's how to figure out the answer? so 9 multiplied by 9 multiplied by 9?

  • mathss -

    yes. 9*9*9 is the answer. :D

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