HCR's Rank Formula-2 (Rank of Selective Linear Permutations)/ proposed by H. C. Rajpoot /20/11/2014

Find out the total 8-digit numbers lying between 20227702 & 75007007 randomly selected from the set of all the 8-digit numbers, arranged in increasing order, obtained by the digits 0, 2, 5 & 7. Repetition of the digits is allowed in the permutations.

HCR's Rank Formula-2 (Rank of Selective Linear Permutations)/ proposed by H. C. Rajpoot /20/11/2014
Find out the rank in the increasing order of a randomly selected number 58014408 from the set of all the 8-digit numbers, arranged in increasing order, obtained by the digits 0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9. Repetition of the digits is allowed in the permutations.

Find out the rank in the increasing order of a randomly selected number 58014408 from the set of all the 8-digit numbers, arranged in increasing order, obtained by the digits 0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9. Repetition of the digits is allowed in the permutations.

@Finn Hulse
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Yes, I know but my concept is quite different from this one. According to HCR's Rank Hypothesis of Linear Permutations ( like alphabetic words, numbers or all other linear permutations of different articles in the World/Universe) we can change the order of arrangements of linear permutations mathematically as we desire simply by pre-defining a linear sequence (i.e. a prior linear sequence) of given articles (either homogeneous or non-homogeneous) because after pre-defining a linear sequence mathematics itself decides the rank of any linear permutation selected from a set & where to place it in the correct order. You may go though details by following the link below
http://www.academia.edu/9454711/HCRsRankFormula-2Rankofanylinearpermutationforrepetitionreplacementofarticles_

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Find out the total 8-digit numbers lying between 20227702 & 75007007 randomly selected from the set of all the 8-digit numbers, arranged in increasing order, obtained by the digits 0, 2, 5 & 7. Repetition of the digits is allowed in the permutations.

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HCR's Rank Formula-2 (Rank of Selective Linear Permutations)/ proposed by H. C. Rajpoot /20/11/2014 Find out the rank in the increasing order of a randomly selected number 58014408 from the set of all the 8-digit numbers, arranged in increasing order, obtained by the digits 0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9. Repetition of the digits is allowed in the permutations.

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Nice bro. :D

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Find out the rank in the increasing order of a randomly selected number 58014408 from the set of all the 8-digit numbers, arranged in increasing order, obtained by the digits 0, 1, 4, 5, 8, 9. Repetition of the digits is allowed in the permutations.

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Have you ever heard of lexicographic order?

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