In how many ways can 15 identical computer science books and 10 identical psychology books be distributed among five students?
So I'm trying to figure this out: I know how to calculate 15 identical cs books: C(15+6-1, 6-1) and also 10 identical psych books: C(10+6-1, 6-1), but I do not know how to consider the combinations with both books.
By the way, I've asked a few questions on here in the past hour; I just wanted to say that these aren't homework problems, but I'm doing these problems to study for a midterm tomorrow. I guess there isn't any way to prove that....but just wanted to put it out there.
Thanks for your help!