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Give a combinatorial proof of Vandemonde's identity, for x, a, n ∈ ℕ Look at image below where ( ⋅ ) denotes the binomial coefficient nCr.

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\[\dbinom{x+a}{n}=\sum_{k=0}^n{\dbinom{x}{k}\dbinom{a}{n-k}}\] \[\sum_{k=0}^n{\dbinom{x}{k}\dbinom{a}{n-k}}=\dbinom{x}{0}\dbinom{a}{n-0}+\dbinom{x}{1}\dbinom{a}{n-1}+\dbinom{x}{2}\dbinom{a}{n-2}+...\] \[+\dbinom{x}{n}\dbinom{a}{0}\]
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The tricky part is the leap from: \[\left(\sum_{i=0}^{m}\dbinom{m}{i}x^i\right)\left(\sum_{j=0}^{n}\dbinom{n}{j}x^j\right)=\sum_{r=0}^{m+n}\left(\sum_{k=0}^{r}\dbinom{m}{k}\dbinom{n}{r-k}\right)x^r\] It is helpful to think of these terms as the diagonals of an m x n matrix of terms where each diagonal i+j=r.
But the proof using Democrats and Republicans in the US Senate works for me.

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