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The number of ways to divide 15 one rupee coins among 6 beggars such that each gets atleast one rupee and two particular beggars get equal number of coins and another three particular beggars get equal number of coins is : (Assume one rupee coins are identical and number of coins received by 1 particular beggar, 2 particular beggars and 3 particular beggars are different)

The number of ways to divide 15 one rupee coins among 6 beggars such that each gets atleast one rupee and two particular beggars get equal number of coins and another three particular beggars get equal number of coins is : (Assume one rupee coins are identical and number of coins received by 1 particular beggar, 2 particular beggars and 3 particular beggars are different)

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2 Answers

Murtaza Khanjiwala
4 Points
8 years ago

12 ways .....???

venkatesh vadde
40 Points
8 years ago

there are solutions and one is

1st-2 coins

2nd-5 coins

3rd-5 coins

4th-1 coins

5th-1 coins

6th-1 coins

 

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