# SOLUTION: A company places a 6-symbol code on each unit of product. The code consists of 4 digits, the first of which is number 5, followed by 2 letters, the first of which is NOT a vowel. H

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 Question 428995: A company places a 6-symbol code on each unit of product. The code consists of 4 digits, the first of which is number 5, followed by 2 letters, the first of which is NOT a vowel. How many different codes are possible?Answer by richard1234(5390)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!We can list out the format of each code, compute the number of possibilities for each position, and multiply. 5 -- (digit) -- (digit) -- (digit) --(letter, not vowel) -- (letter) Assuming Y is not a vowel, the number of possibilities is 1*10*10*10*21*26 = 546,000 codes