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They would be 000000 through 999999, and there would be 1 million possibilities, assuming you could use the digits multiple times.

If you could only use the digits one time, and the order of the digits chosen matters, then that would be the number of permutations of 10 things taken 6 at a time, which is:

10!

-------- = 151200 possibilities.

(10-6)!

If you are truly counting "combinations" where the order does not matter, (e.g. 123456 is considered the same as 531642), then this is the number of combinations of 10 things taken 6 at a time, which is:

10!

--------------- = 210 possibilities.

(10-6)! 6!

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