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− | Note that the four-digit number must start with either a <math>2</math> or a <math>4</math>. The four-digit numbers that start with <math>2</math> are <math>2400, 2040</math>, and <math>2004</math>. The four-digit numbers that start with <math>4</math> are <math>4200, 4020</math>, and <math>4002</math> which gives us a total of | + | Note that the four-digit number must start with either a <math>2</math> or a <math>4</math>. The four-digit numbers that start with <math>2</math> are <math>2400, 2040</math>, and <math>2004</math>. The four-digit numbers that start with <math>4</math> are <math>4200, 4020</math>, and <math>4002</math> which gives us a total of <math>\boxed{\textbf{(B)}\ 6}</math>. |
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+ | {{AMC8 box|year=2004|num-b=1|num-a=3}} |
Revision as of 04:25, 24 December 2012
Problem
How many different four-digit numbers can be formed be rearranging the four digits in ?
Solution
Note that the four-digit number must start with either a or a . The four-digit numbers that start with are , and . The four-digit numbers that start with are , and which gives us a total of .
See Also
2004 AMC 8 (Problems • Answer Key • Resources) | ||
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