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- The probability of guessing correctly on the first try is 1 divided by the number of pass permutations (i.e., unique arrangements of passwords). For example, if there were four possible password combinations, the probability of guessing the password correctly on the first try would be 1/4
- For each of the 16 characters that form the password, the possible characters include: 26 lower case characters, 26 upper case characters, and 10 digits. So, for each character in the password, there are 62 possible characters.
Character 1 Character 2 Character 3 ... Character 15 Character 16 62 possibilities 62 possibilities 62 possibilities 62 possibilities 62 possibilities 62 possibilities - Since there are 16 characters in the password and each character could be one of 62 possibilities, there are a total of 62
^{16}unique password permutations (i.e., there are 62^{16}different possible passwords, only one of which is the correct password). So, the probability of guessing the password on the first try is 1/62^{16}.

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