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the number of ways in which 30marks can be alloted to 8 queations if each question carries atleast 2 marks .....?

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  1. anonymous
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    is there a constraint about the maximum mark to be allocated?

  2. anonymous
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    30

  3. anonymous
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    yeah.............30 marks had to be allocated to 8 questions ....

  4. anonymous
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    actully this question is based on permutation & combination ?

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    doesnt seem too hard

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    ok so we have 30 marks , but we have the constraint that each question must have atleast 2 marks, that is 8 x 2 =16marks are already allocated before we do anything. So we have 14marks with which to distribute them about 8 questions. ie. 14C8 = 3003ways

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