Asked Apr 28, 2019

How many diffrent ways are there to distribute 12 identical bones among three diffrent dogs? 


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Step 1

It is known that, for any equation,

Step 2

Here, the number of identical bones is 12.

The number of different dogs is 3.

It can be expressed as,

Step 3

Hence, using the above rule, the number of ways, the 12 bon...


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