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comment Show ${156 \choose 87} + {156 \choose 86} = {157 \choose 87}$
Thank you for your input, but this was a problem I had on a test...
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accepted Show ${156 \choose 87} + {156 \choose 86} = {157 \choose 87}$
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asked Show ${156 \choose 87} + {156 \choose 86} = {157 \choose 87}$
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accepted Combinatorics: When To Use Different Counting Techniques
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comment Combinatorics: When To Use Different Counting Techniques
Ok, that is really simple. Thank you, Austin!
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comment Combinatorics: When To Use Different Counting Techniques
@amWhy I agree.
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comment Combinatorics: When To Use Different Counting Techniques
This is FABulous! Could you please also answer the second to last one, where a constant is used?
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comment Combinatorics: When To Use Different Counting Techniques
@amWhy Yes, that is correct. Basic problems are just that, basic, and not to hard to grasp.