Q: How do you figure out the different 4 number combinations using the numbers between 0 and 9?

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No. If there were any way to figure out which numbers will be drawn next, it would be a fixed, rigged, dishonest game.

Divide the two numbers, then multiple by 100

what is the round off of 124.36?

There are 24 different arrangements of 4 numbers (4 factorial or 4!). If you allow numbers to be repeated then the figure becomes 256 (44)

1) Add the two numbers together2) Divide that by 2.You're done

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The rearrangement of 5 figure numbers will be 5x4x3x2x1 which is 120 combinations, when you don't repeat a number.

The possible combinations of a set of 60 different numbers would be 60! or 60 factorial. This is a very number at 8.3209871 x 10 ^ 81, or a figure with 81 zeroes behind it. The official short scale name would be 8.3209871 "Sesvigintillion".

figure it out then tell me :)

you wil have to figure it out, is it your homework?

No. If there were any way to figure out which numbers will be drawn next, it would be a fixed, rigged, dishonest game.

Divide the two numbers, then multiple by 100

what is the round off of 124.36?

First figure in combination can be any of 10, second can be any of remaining 9, third any of remaining 8 and fourth any of remaining 7 so total of possibilities is 10 x 9 x 8 x 7 ie 5040.This assumes no repeating digits, in that case possibilities would be 10 to the fourth power ie 10000.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The question asks for number of combinations. The above result of 5040 is the number of 4 number permutations that can be obtain from the numbers 1 to 10.The number of different 4 number combinations that can be obtain from the numbers1 to 10 is: 10C4 = 10!/(4!∙6!) = 210 different 4 number combinations.If repetition of numbers in the 4 number combination are allowed we have to ad:with 2 numbers repeated; 3∙10C3 = 3(120) = 360with 3 numbers repeated; 2∙10C2 = 2(45) = 90with 4 numbers repeated; 10with two sets of 2 numbers repeated; 10C2 = 45This gives a total of 4 number combinations with repetition of numbers allowed of:210 + 360 + 90 + 10 + 45 = 715 different 4 number combinations.

subtract the smaller number from the larger number.

Add them together and divide by two.

There are 24 different arrangements of 4 numbers (4 factorial or 4!). If you allow numbers to be repeated then the figure becomes 256 (44)

The Moshi Monsters forum is a good place to look for combinations. You can plant seeds and try to work out the combinations for yourself. Cluekoo in the moshling garden will help you figure out the combinations. There are several questions on Answers.com that list the combinations.