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A $\textit{palindrome}$ is a number which reads the same forward as backward, for example 313 or 1001. Ignoring the colon, how many different palindromes are possible on a 12-hour digital clock displaying only the hours and minutes? (Notice a zero may not be inserted before a time with a single-digit hour value. Therefore, 01:10 may not be used.)

Aug 5, 2020

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3 digits,

chose the first digit 9 choices      1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

Chose the second 6 choices    0,1,2,3,4,5

chose the third, it has to be the same as the first so 1 choice

9*6*1=54 ways

Thanks for the correction EP.

4 digits

you can do this one yourself.

Aug 5, 2020
edited by Melody  Aug 5, 2020
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Yikes....   the second digit can only go as high as 5 ....

ElectricPavlov  Aug 5, 2020
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thanks EP :)

Melody  Aug 5, 2020
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Wait why is that?

OooOOh because we're on a clock? okie

Inspirational  Aug 6, 2020
edited by Inspirational  Aug 6, 2020