89,999 different numbers i guess
6, as long as they are all different
you can make at least 25 sums
Assuming that the six numbers are different, the answer is 15.
With 4 different numbers, 24.
12 different numbers.
By ordering the digits, you can make 4*3*2*1 = 24 different numbers. By using mathematical operations that are already defined (addition, power, trigonometric functions etc), you can make many more - at least millions. If you then include functions that you define, the answer is infinitely many.
There are many different combinations. One example is two and 31.
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It would be 5 ways
about... 25 just take 5 numbers times 5 numbers
There are two different numbers. 3 and 7
If the only operation is addition, then 3.
Their is 25 combinations
If you want 4-digit numbers, there are 24 of them.
6 if all digits are different, 27 otherwise.
8 to the 5th power
Lucky Numbers would be different for different people and would vary greatly.
The answer completely depends on how many of the 36 you take each time.If you use all 36 numbers each time, then there are 3.72 x 1041 ways toline them up (permutations), but only one 'combination'.If your lottery wants 6 numbers out of the 36, then there are 1,947,792 differentpossible tickets.If it wants 7 numbers out of the 36, then there are 8,347,680 different tickets.1 number ===> 36 different tickets2 numbers ===> 630 different tickets5 numbers ===> 376,992 different tickets8 numbers ===> 30,260,340 different tickets9 numbers ===> 94,143,280 different tickets10 numbers ===> 254,186,856 different tickets