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How many integers between <math>2020</math> and <math>2400</math> have four distinct digits arranged in increasing order? (For example, <math>2347</math> is one integer.) | How many integers between <math>2020</math> and <math>2400</math> have four distinct digits arranged in increasing order? (For example, <math>2347</math> is one integer.) | ||
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− | + | Firstly, observe that the second digit of such a number cannot be <math>1</math> or <math>2</math>, because the digits must be distinct and increasing. The second digit also cannot be <math>4</math> as the number must be less than <math>2400</math>, so it must be <math>3</math>. It remains to choose the latter two digits, which must be <math>2</math> distinct digits from <math>\left\{4,5,6,7,8,9\right\}</math>. That can be done in <math>\binom{6}{2} = \frac{6 \cdot 5}{2 \cdot 1} = 15</math> ways; there is then only <math>1</math> way to order the digits, namely in increasing order. This means the answer is <math>\boxed{\textbf{(C) }15}</math>. | |
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+ | As in Solution 1, we find that the first two digits must be <math>23</math>, and the third digit must be at least <math>4</math>. If it is <math>4</math>, then there are <math>5</math> choices for the last digit, namely <math>5</math>, <math>6</math>, <math>7</math>, <math>8</math>, or <math>9</math>. Similarly, if the third digit is <math>5</math>, there are <math>4</math> choices for the last digit, namely <math>6</math>, <math>7</math>, <math>8</math>, and <math>9</math>; if <math>6</math>, there are <math>3</math> choices; if <math>7</math>, there are <math>2</math> choices; and if <math>8</math>, there is <math>1</math> choice. It follows that the total number of such integers is <math>5+4+3+2+1=\boxed{\textbf{(C) }15}</math>. | ||
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==Video Solution== | ==Video Solution== | ||
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+ | ==Video Solution by Interstigation== | ||
+ | https://youtu.be/YnwkBZTv5Fw?t=251 | ||
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==See also== | ==See also== | ||
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Latest revision as of 18:41, 15 January 2022
Contents
Problem
How many integers between and have four distinct digits arranged in increasing order? (For example, is one integer.)
Solution 1
Firstly, observe that the second digit of such a number cannot be or , because the digits must be distinct and increasing. The second digit also cannot be as the number must be less than , so it must be . It remains to choose the latter two digits, which must be distinct digits from . That can be done in ways; there is then only way to order the digits, namely in increasing order. This means the answer is .
Solution 2 (without using the "choose" function)
As in Solution 1, we find that the first two digits must be , and the third digit must be at least . If it is , then there are choices for the last digit, namely , , , , or . Similarly, if the third digit is , there are choices for the last digit, namely , , , and ; if , there are choices; if , there are choices; and if , there is choice. It follows that the total number of such integers is .
Video Solution by WhyMath
~savannahsolver
Video Solution
https://youtu.be/61c1MR9tne8 ~ The Learning Royal
Video Solution by Interstigation
https://youtu.be/YnwkBZTv5Fw?t=251
~Interstigation
See also
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