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# There are 4 contestants in the competition for 6 different

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There are 4 contestants in the competition for 6 different
prizes. A contestant can win only one prize. How many different
outcomes are possible at the competition for the four contestants?
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17 May 2004, 02:28
hallelujah1234 wrote:
There are 4 contestants in the competition for 6 different
prizes. A contestant can win only one prize. How many different
outcomes are possible at the competition for the four contestants?

0. Because at least one cotestant will receive 2 prises... This is often called "Dirichle principle".
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