Q: How many 5-letter passwords can be formed from the letters P A Y M E N T if no repetition of letters is allowed?

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If repetition is allowed the formula would be 4x4x4 = 64 codes. If you must chose a different letter each time (no repetition) the formula would be 4x3x2 = 24 codes.

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reading: grade 5: curl3,drink3,chip3,drip3,gallon3,gasp3,hobo3,hope3 ~all letters will be capitalised~

One type of alphanumeric code is simply a password using upper and lowercase letters and numbers. Alphanumeric passwords first rose to popularity in the 1960s.

Those letters spell Cyprus.

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many i believe 8 or so??

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It is (5/26)4 = 625/456,976 = 0.00137 approx.

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If repetition is allowed the formula would be 4x4x4 = 64 codes. If you must chose a different letter each time (no repetition) the formula would be 4x3x2 = 24 codes.