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Leaving Zero out, we would operate in a nine digit numbersystem.

9*9*9*9, a total of 6561 different numbers.

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If Zero is included, then the total possible numbers would be:

10*10*10*10, a toatal of 10.000 different numbers.

you can easily calculate the answer for any given numbersystem.

Say if you want 5 digits, then just do 9 to the power of 5 With a calculator.

You can calculate this answer with any numbersystem this way.

For a 16 digit number system, 4 digits, the answer would be 16 to the power of 4.

Math is accurate and never lies.

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