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17. An ATM password at Fred's Bank is composed of four digits from <math>0</math> to <math>9</math>, with repeated digits allowable. If no password may begin with the sequence <math>9,1,1,</math> then how many passwords are possible? | 17. An ATM password at Fred's Bank is composed of four digits from <math>0</math> to <math>9</math>, with repeated digits allowable. If no password may begin with the sequence <math>9,1,1,</math> then how many passwords are possible? | ||
<math>(A)\mbox{ }30\mbox{ }(B)\mbox{ }7290\mbox{ }(C)\mbox{ }9000\mbox{ }(D)\mbox{ }9990\mbox{ }(E)\mbox{ }9999\mbox{ }</math> | <math>(A)\mbox{ }30\mbox{ }(B)\mbox{ }7290\mbox{ }(C)\mbox{ }9000\mbox{ }(D)\mbox{ }9990\mbox{ }(E)\mbox{ }9999\mbox{ }</math> | ||
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17. An ATM password at Fred's Bank is composed of four digits from to , with repeated digits allowable. If no password may begin with the sequence then how many passwords are possible?
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