Q: What are the numbers for a passcode on discovery education?

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Keep it simple like 2222 or use your birthday month and day like january 31 will be 0131.

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I see no reason why they would do that. Prime numbers can be used for encryption, but there are algorithms that can quickly generate a more or less random prime number. No need to pay for the "discovery" of a specific number!

A four digit numerical code has 10,000 possible combinations assuming you are permitted to use sequential numbers. If you exclude sequences (1234) for example, and pairs (1122 etc) - the possible permutations are significantly reduced.

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Yes, if you go into the settings and type on the passcode section then you turn advanced passcode on and you press change passcode and you can make it with any amount of numbers, letters, and/or symbols.

Numbers that have significant value to you. For example, if you have a printer whose series number is 8010, and you happen to use that computer a lot, that could be your passcode.

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its not true its an edit they use with the app called picsart

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There isn't a set password for Discovery Education. Different teachers and educators have different passwords. If you want to, you can make your own account.

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just write it down somewhere. its not that hard to remember 4 numbers. or make ur passcode ur date of birth or something so that u will always remember

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