I have a problem that is drive me crazy...
its description is so simple:
You have balls and holes . The balls are indistinguishable and are putted in the holes randomly (following a uniform probability distribution). The holes can take an infinite number of balls each.
At the end of the assignment every hole can contain 0, 1 or more balls.
How is it possible to compute the probability to have a certain number of holes with at least one balls in?
Any suggestion is welcome!