Let consider an urn model containing $n$ balls such that $m_g$ balls are green, $m_r$ are red and $m_b$ are blue and we have $n = m_g + m_r +m_b$.
Especially this means that the $m_g$ green balls are indistinguishable with respect to each other (and the same game for red and blue ones)
We draw $l \le n$ times without placing the balls back.
My question how many posibilities there exist for different $l$-draws taking the order and the indistinguishability of balls of same color into account.
More generally: the urn contains $m_1, m_2, ..., m_k$ balls with $\sum _i ^k m_i =n$ such that the $m_j$ are undistiguishable and one make $l$ draws without placing the balls back.
What is the cardinality of the resulting probability space?
Could anybody explain if there exist an intuitive way to describe and the count all cases?