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36n where n is the number of digits allowed in the plate.

If a blank space is acceptable as a digit, then that becomes 37n.

Q: How many different licence plates are possible if the numbers and letters can be repeated numbers 0 to 9 and all 26 letters of the alphabet?

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Using the [modern] Roman alphabet, there are 15600 possible passwords that are not case-sensitive.

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If the numbers and letters can be repeated then there are 45,697,600 possible outcomes. If the letters and numbers can not be repeated there are 32,292,000 possible outcomes.

There are 26 possible letters and 10 possible numbers. The number of license plates possible is then 26*26*10*10*10*10 = 6760000.

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The letters that are repeated in the Spanish alphabet are "L", "A", "E", and "S."

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Using the [modern] Roman alphabet, there are 15600 possible passwords that are not case-sensitive.

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If the numbers and letters can be repeated then there are 45,697,600 possible outcomes. If the letters and numbers can not be repeated there are 32,292,000 possible outcomes.

They are exactly the same as the letters of the English alphabet, but some letters have different sounds.

The English alphabet has 26 letters.Other alphabets may have a different number of letters, e.g. the Greek alphabet has 32 letters.

24 different letters

Assuming that the letters don't have to make an actual real word, the answer would be the product of the number of letters in the alphabet multiplied by the number of letters in the alphabet -1 multiplied by the numbers of the alphabet -2. That is to say: 26 x 25 x 24 which is equal to 15,600.

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There are thirty letters in the German alphabet. The first 26 are the same as the English alphabet, however they may be pronounced different. There are four extra letters, one of which is called the Esstsett.