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    Combinatorial Analysis

    We intend to use only the numbers 0,1,2 and 3 to form different three-digit numbers such as 230, for example. In this case, we can form the following quantity of numbers greater than 201:

    a)11
    b)15
    c)24
    d)36
    e)48
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