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== Problem 1 ==
 
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One commercially available ten-button lock may be opened by depressing -- in any order -- the correct five buttons. The sample shown below has <math>\{1, 2, 3, 6, 9\}</math> as its combination. Suppose that these locks are redesigned so that sets of as many as nine buttons or as few as one button could serve as combinations. How many additional combinations would this allow?
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Revision as of 12:35, 27 March 2007

Problem 1

One commercially available ten-button lock may be opened by depressing -- in any order -- the correct five buttons. The sample shown below has $\{1, 2, 3, 6, 9\}$ as its combination. Suppose that these locks are redesigned so that sets of as many as nine buttons or as few as one button could serve as combinations. How many additional combinations would this allow? 1988-1.png

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Problem 2

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Problem 3

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Problem 4

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Problem 5

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Problem 6

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Problem 7

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Problem 8

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Problem 9

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Problem 10

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Problem 11

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Problem 12

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Problem 13

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Problem 14

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Problem 15

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