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 Re-arranging the alphabet 2007-08-18 samhita pose la question :Find the number of ways of arranging 26 letters in the English alphabet in a row such that there are exactly 5 letters between x and y.Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom lui répond. What fraction of the letters of the alphabet is each word? 2007-08-02 Clayton pose la question :How do I figure this out, the math question has the answers but I have no idea how to get it. my Mom can't figure it out either. What fraction of the letters of the alphabet are each word Man = 3/26 Glasses = 7/26 Integrity = 1/4 computer = 2/9Paul Betts and Harley Weston lui répond. Two characters 2006-09-12 Robert pose la question :I am looking to find out how many possible unique combinations I can have if at any time i can use only two characters of numbers or the alphabet...For ex., i can have 1-99 or i can have a1, a2, z1, z2 ... or i can have aa, ab, ac... i came up with possible combinations of 1295 or so... can you help? Penny lui répond. Can you make up a word that adds up to 1000000? 2002-07-19 Adrie pose la question :My question is elementary and I am a student Please help me with the following conundrum, as it is driving me crazy. 'When the letters in the alphabet are given values from 1 to 26 for A to Z, can you make up a word that adds up to 1000000 ( one million )-used as a multiplication?' Like 'cat' would be 3*1*20 = 60Claude Tardif lui répond.

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