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    36+36^2+36^3+36^4+36^5+36^6=2238976116


    Which I think is the correct answer
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    ya the answer I get the way you say is 2238976116 the text says 223897x6116 the times must be an error.

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    Do you understand why it works?
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    yes (I am fairly sure.) because there are 36 possibilities for 1 digit, then with fundamental counting there are 36 option's for two digits (36x36) and so on.
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    Perfect!

    Yay!
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