Dr. Math's four-digit house number ABCD contains no zeroes and can be split into two different two-digit primes ``AB'' and ``CD'' where the digits A, B, C and D are not necessarily distinct. If each of the two-digit primes is less than 40, how many such house numbers are possible?

Memes4Life132  Jul 20, 2018

The two digit primes < 40 are

11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37


Any two of these eight can be selected  =  C(8,2)  = 28


And each of these can be arranged in two ways


So...the total number possible house  numbers  is  2 * 28  =  56



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CPhill  Jul 20, 2018

Yes it is correct thank you very very much

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