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From 5 apples,4 mangoes, and 3 bananas, in how many ways we can select atleast two fruits of each variety if (i) fruits of same species are identical? (ii) fruits of same species are different. Can anyone help please me in this problem?

From 5 apples,4 mangoes, and 3 bananas, in how many ways we can select atleast two fruits of each variety if (i) fruits of same species are identical? (ii) fruits of same species are different. Can anyone help please me in this problem?

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Imrul Kayes
20 Points
7 years ago
  • one caan select apples in 4 ways ( i.e. he can select 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 mangoes ) he can select mango in 3 ways and banana in 2 ways . so total number of selection = 4×3×2=24 ways.

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