A total of 10 prizes of equal value are to be given to 10 graduating seniors. A total of 12 seniors are eligible for these prizes. In how many ways can these prizes be distributed?
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Textbook: Discrete Mathematics
Author: Gary Chartrand, Ping Zhang
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