Can anybody through a light on this? I am not able toget the answer.
In how many ways can we distribute "N" coins to 'K" children so that everyone gets atleast one.
thnx in advance.
should it be n!/k! ?
if not, why?
Can anybody through a light on this? I am not able toget the answer.
In how many ways can we distribute "N" coins to 'K" children so that everyone gets atleast one.
thnx in advance.
should it be n!/k! ?
if not, why?
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