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# Bijection Principle Problem | ISI Entrance TOMATO Obj 22

Here is a video solution for a Problem based on Bijection Principle. This is an Objective question 22 from TOMATO for ISI Entrance. Watch and Learn!

Here goes the question…

Given that: x+y+z=10, where x, y and z are natural numbers. How many such solutions are possible for this equation?

We will recommend you to try the problem yourself.

Done?

Let’s see the solution in the video below:

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Here is a video solution for a Problem based on Bijection Principle. This is an Objective question 22 from TOMATO for ISI Entrance. Watch and Learn!

Here goes the question…

Given that: x+y+z=10, where x, y and z are natural numbers. How many such solutions are possible for this equation?

We will recommend you to try the problem yourself.

Done?

Let’s see the solution in the video below:

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