A credit card contains 16 digits between 0 and 9. However, only 100 million numbers are valid. If a number is entered randomly, what is the probability that it is a valid number?

Amari Flowers
2020-10-20
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Answered 2020-10-21
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There are $10}^{16$ strings of 16 digits between 0 and 9 (for each of the 16 digits we have 10 choices). Also, 100 million = $100\cdot {10}^{6}={10}^{8}$ . So, the probability that the random entered number is valid is

number of valid numbers/all strings of 16 digits=$\frac{{10}^{8}}{{10}^{16}}=\frac{1}{{10}^{8}}$

which is almost zero.

number of valid numbers/all strings of 16 digits=

which is almost zero.

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