Question 18 - Upper Level: Mathematics Achievement Practice Test for the ISEE

The code to a lock consists of 6 alphanumeric characters, the first 4 should be numerals excluding 0, and the last 2 should be upper case letters from the alphabet. The numeric characters can be repeated, but not the letters.

How many different codes can be made, given these requirements?

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