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A password consists of one letter followed by a five-digit number.
A) How many passwords are possible if none of the letters or digits can be repeated?
B) What is the probability of guessing the password in one trial if there are no restrictions? (To find the probability use the definition of classical probability.)
A password consists of one letter followed by a five-digit number. A) How many passwords are...
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