It's been a while since I've done questions like this and my mind has gone blank. I'm completely stumped about how I would start off a question like this. I vaguely remember that theres some formula and something to do with factorials that helps solve this but not too sure.
"How many different possible combinations of 5 yellow balls and 6 red balls
can be selected from a box of 7 yellow balls and 8 red balls?
If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be great, I think I just need a slight refresher.
If in doubt, rem
Unless we assume that the balls are all different the question is meaningless.
Originally Posted by monkeyhead
If the balls are different the answer is