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Not a clue... and it's too early to wrap my mind around figuring this out.
I do, Conrad Allen, but only because I did an online search
Did you know that your question comes up in the search engines for this?
Susan Laxson CRS
La Quinta, CA
I have a pretty good guess. Actually it isn't a guess, it is fact.
Conrad Allen 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 = 104
nope but I will soon
I was thinking somewhere in the neighborhood of 10,000.
Good morning Conrad. I have no clue, probably over 1,000.
Conrad Allen - if it is a lock box and 4 unique digits are used, it's 24.
No way. I don't know this, but I'm sure you will tell us.
all of them
There goes my trivia confidence once more
Sorry, too late for math puzzle. I will take two aspirin and check answer in morning.
Conrad Allen Too Many!!
I'm with Marc Swartz, CPA, CA, Real Estate Broker on this one
Not off the top of my head.
10 to the fourth power....
It's a permutation formula.
I don't know the answer; however I can imagine a member in the Tampa area putting a gun to his head.
I am lucky if I remember my own code.
10,000 and yes i spent a long drive once trying each on a lock box a bnk left on a home where i had to change the locks and didnt have a code, About 3700 in i gt the code and it opened. What a great way to kill time on a long trip and save 40 bucks off buying a new lock box, NOT
Yes, that is correct!
My best guess 10,000 possible combinations ?!
No, but it is not difficult to determine.