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Hi. Why does the <em>Exactly
Hi. Why does the Exactly 1 is correct, N1 = 2(4C1) = 8 is multiplied by 2? Thank you in advance for your help!
Number of ways for the three
In reply to Hi. Why does the <em>Exactly by momo
Number of ways for the three soldiers to receive the wrong size = 2. Call the the four soldiers A, B, C and D and let A the only one who receive the correct size. B, C and D will then have two ways to receive wrong size for each of them.
Why N3 is 0?
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Why N3 is 0?