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6 August, 09:40

Four numbers from the set 0 to 9, including 0 and 9, are used to create a personal identification number. Once a number is used, it cannot be reused. How many possible outcomes exist for the situation? How many possible outcomes begin with a 0? What is the theoretical probability of choosing a personal identification number that begins with a 0?

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  1. 6 August, 10:17
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    Possible outcomes: 5040

    Possible to begin with a 0: 504

    Theoretical probability: 0.1

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