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A password consists of three digits, 0 through 9, followed by three letters from an alphabet having 26 letters.

If repetition is allowed but repitition of letter is not allowed, determine the # of different passwords that can be made.

I have....
10*10*10*26*25*24=15600000...........is that right???

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