My fios form has three different numbers but none equal 13 characters

Hi,

You can call Verizon to get help from them.

Or you can login to tyour account in the verizon website to view your billing information there you can find the orde number.

You can give them a call.

Good Luck.

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Posted on May 10, 2008

Not much of the difference, but sometimes the serial key might be 20 xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx format and, e.g. the product key of Windows is in this format: xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx 25 number and character encryption :), I hope this has answered your question!

Mar 18, 2013 | Microsoft Operating Systems

Write a program that accepts one large number, and then prints out its factorizations, e.g.,

42 = 2 * 21 = 3 * 14 = 6 * 7

91 = 7 * 13

13 = none

42 = 2 * 21 = 3 * 14 = 6 * 7

91 = 7 * 13

13 = none

May 10, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

8 plus (-2) equals 6

6 plus 11 equals 17

17 plus 18 equals 35

35 plus (-5) equals 30

30 plus 41 equals 71

71 plus X equals Y

Y plus Z equals 143

Not much of a pattern in the "differences".

8, 17, 30, X

6, 35, 71, 143

No pattern there.

8, 6, 17

35, 30, 71

X, 143, Y

8 + 6 + (3) = 17

35 + 30 + (6) = 71

No pattern there.

6 plus 11 equals 17

17 plus 18 equals 35

35 plus (-5) equals 30

30 plus 41 equals 71

71 plus X equals Y

Y plus Z equals 143

Not much of a pattern in the "differences".

8, 17, 30, X

6, 35, 71, 143

No pattern there.

8, 6, 17

35, 30, 71

X, 143, Y

8 + 6 + (3) = 17

35 + 30 + (6) = 71

No pattern there.

Dec 24, 2010 | Core Learning Aptitude Builder Full...

Do you need help doing your homework?

If so, here's a first attempt. It may be correct, and it may not be.

It's up to you to understand the process, and to make any needed corrections.

X minus 11 equals Y.

So, X is larger than Y.

So, 3 times X minus 33 equals 3 times Y.

Thus 3 times X equals 3 times Y plus 33.

Also, 3 times X minus 4 equals 4 times Y.

So, (3 times Y plus 33) minus 4 equals 4 times Y.

Thus 0 times Y plus 29 equals 1 times Y.

So, Y equals -27.

If so, here's a first attempt. It may be correct, and it may not be.

It's up to you to understand the process, and to make any needed corrections.

X minus 11 equals Y.

So, X is larger than Y.

So, 3 times X minus 33 equals 3 times Y.

Thus 3 times X equals 3 times Y plus 33.

Also, 3 times X minus 4 equals 4 times Y.

So, (3 times Y plus 33) minus 4 equals 4 times Y.

Thus 0 times Y plus 29 equals 1 times Y.

So, Y equals -27.

Dec 10, 2010 | Operating Systems

I'm not sure if this is 8th 9th grade level answer, but it is the easiest explanation .

if you have a number x to the power of n divided by the number x to the power of m then that is equal x to the power of (n-m).

x^n/x^m = x^(n-m)

therefore

x^n/x^n= x^(n-n)= x^0 = 1

because every number divided by itself equals 1

if you have a number x to the power of n divided by the number x to the power of m then that is equal x to the power of (n-m).

x^n/x^m = x^(n-m)

therefore

x^n/x^n= x^(n-n)= x^0 = 1

because every number divided by itself equals 1

Jul 17, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

A registration code is typically a 20+ digit character set for a program that is the computer program's license. If you just purchased a new windows disc its typically in the inside of the windows box but on the back typically of the holders/paperwork. Most programs all have their sets broken up into 4-6 character chunks. Most programs (operating systems for that matter) will ask you for a Product Key, Serial Number, CD Key, Registration code, etc... when your installing said program. Just enter the long sets of numbers into the system exactly as you see it. Just be careful for 0 (zero) and O (capital o) because some fonts they look VERY similar. you can typically spot the difference if you see two sizes in the code you have the larger/wider one is the letter and smaller/narrower is the number.

Dec 18, 2009 | Operating Systems

Well, given that the two "missing" characters are either 0 to 9 or A to Z,

there are 36*36 (1272) different possible combinations.

So, if you are "average", and use "brute-force" attempts, you will have to make 636 attempts. If you are "lucky", you'll get the correct characters in less than 300 attempts.

Good luck!

Hint: Note that "digits" are somewhat rare in each 5-character group.

So, try 'AA' through 'ZZ' before trying any pair that contains a digit.

Try "two-digits" only as a last resort.

there are 36*36 (1272) different possible combinations.

So, if you are "average", and use "brute-force" attempts, you will have to make 636 attempts. If you are "lucky", you'll get the correct characters in less than 300 attempts.

Good luck!

Hint: Note that "digits" are somewhat rare in each 5-character group.

So, try 'AA' through 'ZZ' before trying any pair that contains a digit.

Try "two-digits" only as a last resort.

Sep 14, 2009 | Operating Systems

enter a;

enter b;

enter c;

if a>=b and a>c

print "a is the greatest number"

then if b>=a and b>c

print "b is the greatest number"

then if a=b and a=c

print "a, b, c are equal"

if not print "c is the greatest number"

this is pseudocode.. or my drunken attempt to remember pseudocode... but I think the logic could work.

enter b;

enter c;

if a>=b and a>c

print "a is the greatest number"

then if b>=a and b>c

print "b is the greatest number"

then if a=b and a=c

print "a, b, c are equal"

if not print "c is the greatest number"

this is pseudocode.. or my drunken attempt to remember pseudocode... but I think the logic could work.

Nov 27, 2008 | Operating Systems

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Oct 10, 2008 | Operating Systems

I beleave you have the wrong type of site. this looks as tho you are looking for someone to script for you and as for as i know this site does not do that. this site is for Technical Support, Instructions & Repair Service.

Sorry,

Rel

Sorry,

Rel

May 22, 2008 | Operating Systems

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