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The number of five digit numbers that ca
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The number of five digit numbers that can be formed with 0, 1, 2, 3, 5 so that no digit being repeated in any number is:
A
$96$
B
$120$
C
$24$
D
$58$
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Updated on : 2022-09-05
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Correct option is A)
Number of permutations that can be made in 5 digits is
$_{5}P_{3}$
But the numbers which start with digit 0 are not valid
\therefore number of five digit numbers
$=5!ā4!=96$
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