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2010-02-19 16:12:57
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There are 26 letters in the alphabet.

If letters may be repeated in the airport code, then there are (26 x 26 x 26) = 17,576 possibilities.

If adjacent letters can't be duplicates, then there are (26 x 25 x 25) = 16,250 possibilities.

If all three letters must be different, then there are (26 x 25 x 24) = 15,600 possibilities.

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