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Q: How many outcomes of three digit numbers can you make with 5 different numbers?

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You can select 9 numbers for the first digit, 8 numbers for the second digit, and 7numbers for the third digit; so 504 (e.g. 9*8*7) different three digit numbers can be written using the digits 1 through 9.

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81 As there are no limits stated then you can have a number comprising a repeated single digit (such as 2222), two pairs of numbers (e.g. 2244) or three different numbers (such as 2462). The first digit can be one of any of the 3 numbers. The second digit can be one of any of the three numbers, as can the third digit and also the fourth. Then you can have 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 81 different 4-digit numbers using the three given numbers.

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111 and 201

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There are no three didgit numbers but there are 63 three digit numbers.

There are 60 such numbers.

Any 3 out of 4 = 4. Each set can be arranged 6 ways so 24 different numbers.

5 x 10 x 5 = 250 different numbers, assuming there is no limit to each digits' use.

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There are 900 three-digit numbers, ranging from 100 to 999.

There are 90 palindromic numbers.

There are only 999 three digit whole numbers.

All whole, three-digit numbers from 450 through 549 (when rounding to the nearest hundreds).

There is only one three digit number for a gross, and that is 144.

No. Three-digit numbers start with 100.

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There are 17 such numbers.

There are 450 such numbers.

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