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if repeating is allowed... 36 (6x6, for the last two digits) If not, 6 (3x2, last two digits)

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Q: What are the possible sequence variations of a 5 digit sequence using the numbers 1 to 6 when the first 3 digits in the sequence are 345?

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the numbers 0 through 9 written in sequence or any portion of that sequence

Not sure what it is you are asking here. Sequence of numbers? names? prime numbers?

It is the Fibonacci sequence. Whereby each number is the sum of the preceding two numbers. The next digits are 13(5+8) 21 (13+8)etc.

Assuming you mean permutations of three digits, then the set of numbers that can be made with these digits is: 345 354 435 453 534 543 There are six possible permutations of three numbers.

6*5*4*3*2*1=720 possible numbers

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the numbers 0 through 9 written in sequence or any portion of that sequence

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A repeating sequence of numbers ! The digits 123456789 are simply repeated over and over.

Not sure what it is you are asking here. Sequence of numbers? names? prime numbers?

It is the Fibonacci sequence. Whereby each number is the sum of the preceding two numbers. The next digits are 13(5+8) 21 (13+8)etc.

There's no way to answer. Serial numbers can have as few as 2 digits or as many as 20 ! It depends entirely on what the sequence is indicating.

if the repetition is not allowed then the arrangement can be 3*2*1 = 6 ways if repetition is allowed the ways can be 6*6*6= 216 ways

The one I examined had 6 digits, however, there WILL be variations from that depending on when it was made.

9631. The sequence consists of the prime numbers which, when their digits are reversed, are perfect squares.

Assuming you mean permutations of three digits, then the set of numbers that can be made with these digits is: 345 354 435 453 534 543 There are six possible permutations of three numbers.