# A bag of 36 dum-dum pops (suckers) contains up to 10

## Problem 14E Chapter 1.2

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Problem 14E

PROBLEM 14E

A bag of 36 dum-dum pops (suckers) contains up to 10 flavors. That is, there are from 0 to 36 suckers of each of 10 flavors in the bag. How many different flavor combinations are possible?

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Solution 14E

Step1 of 2:

We have the number of dum-dum pops in a bag r = 36

The number of flavours n = 10

There are from 0 to 36 suckers of each of 10 flavors in the bag.

We need to find How many different flavor combinations are possible?

Step2 of 2:

The possible number of different flavor combinations are given by

n+r-1Cr = 10+36-1C36

=  45C36

=

By...

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