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How many of natural number from 1 to 1000 have none of their digits repeated
How many of natural number from 1 to 1000 have none of their digits repeated

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3 years ago

```							 There are 9 one digit numbers now two digit numbers havng none of their digits repeated are first digit can not have the digit 0 because then it will be a one digit number which we have already considered. So the total number of possibilities of having the first digit are 9. Now the second digit can have 0 but not that digit which has already be used in the first digit. So total number of possibilities are 9. total possibilities of the two digit numbers having none of their digits repeated are 9*9=81 now three digit numbers are again the first digit can not be 0 so the total number of possibilities are 9. For the second digit the total number of possibilities are 9(as in the previous case). For the third digit we cannot use the two numbers which we have used for the first two digits. So the total number of possibilities are 8. The total number of possibilities of the three digit numbers having none of their digits repeated are 9*9*8=648 therefore total numbers between 1 and 1000 having none of their digits repeated are 9+81+648=738
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