# Calculating the possible number of configurations

I am wondering how did they get the $$19200$$ possible configurations? Like, $$5^6 = 15625$$, where $$6$$ is the number of hyper-parameters:

ps: just to check I'm doing the righ thing. Is this okay? The formula is $$[a,b]: b -a + 1$$. So in the second screenshot, the total number would be $$31 \times 71 \times 71\ \times\ 9 \times 9 = 12.657.951$$ possible configurations?

Each hyper parameter listed has $$5,5,6,4,4,8$$ different values listed. If multiplied, total number of combinations make $$5\times5\times6\times4\times4\times8=19200$$.
• Yes, typically brackets $[,]$ means the boundaries are included. – gunes Nov 23 '19 at 19:36