New Alberta LIcence Plates
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Assuming there is an order to the plate distribution, how many plates between 1984 and 2011?









How many years until they have to add another digit to their license plates?






How many more cars can Alberta assign a unique license plate to now that they added a digit? Also, why change the design of the number 3?








How many license plate combinations are there for a _ _ __ _ _ vs. a larger template?

Is it comforting or worrisome that the plate's design is stuck in time while capacity for licensing has increased tenfold?





If this pattern continues, how many license plates will they be able to make before they need to make another change? How long until then?







How many different number combinations were there in 1984? How many more are there in 2011?

How many more new license plates can there be than old ones (and why the heck would Alberta need so many)?





How many more possibilities are there with one number added to the license plate?






How many additional license plate numbers can be generated courtesy of the extra digit in the 2011 plates?






how many more combinations are possible in 2011 and how long will this new license plate work for the population?


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