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Permutations & Combinations

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09 Jan 2018, 08:11
Three variables x,y,z have a sum of 30. All three of them are non-negative integers. If any two variables don’t have the same value and exactly one variable has a value less than or equal to 3, then find the number of possible solutions for the variables.

A) 98 B) 285 C) 68 D) 294

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09 Jan 2018, 09:49
AkhilMarina wrote:
Three variables x,y,z have a sum of 30. All three of them are non-negative integers. If any two variables don’t have the same value and exactly one variable has a value less than or equal to 3, then find the number of possible solutions for the variables.

A) 98 B) 285 C) 68 D) 294

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