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Assuming each "digit" actually has 10 different states, there are one million combinations possible in a six-digit combination lock. However, many combination lock designs actually have fewer than 10 different states per "digit", resulting in far fewer actual combinations on such locks.

Q: How many combinations are possible for a six-digit lock?

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6,720 combinations.

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If order doesn't matter, 15 combinations and if order does matter, 360 combinations are possible.

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10000

6,720 combinations.

125

There are millions of possible combinations.

I would have to say 10,000 possible combinations. (0000, 0001, 0002 through 9998, 9999)

If order doesn't matter, 15 combinations and if order does matter, 360 combinations are possible.

10,000

2^n possible combinations

There are 167960 combinations.

Since a number can have infinitely many digits, there are infinitely many possible combinations.

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