Author:

David Wales

License:

Creative Commons CC BY 4.0
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Abstract:

It's easy to find out how many combinations you can have if you know the total number of items, and the number of items you are combining.
It's a little harder to do that in reverse. This document shows how to find the total number of items if you know how many are combined at a time, and the total number of combinations.

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