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Suppose there is an equation

$x_{1}+x_{2}+...........x_{r}=n$

Then number of unique solution in this given equation?

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(n+r-1)! / (n!.(r-1)!) ???
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@akash ,no. of non-negative solutions and no. of unique  solutions both are the same things ?
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@ankit
no they are not same
that is why I asked the question
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ok thanks !

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