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How many ways are there to select five bills from a cash box containing $1 bills, $2 bills, $5

bills, $10 bills, $20 bills, $50 bills, and $100 bills? Assume that the order in which the bills are

chosen does not matter, that the bills of each denomination are indistinguishable, and that there

are at least five bills of each type.

NOT GETTING THE SOLUTION SPECIFIED IN KENETH ROSEN..........

DOUBT IS WHY THIS CAN BE SOLVE USING METHOD OF FINDING NON NEGATIVE INTEGRAL SOLUTION POSSIBLE

bills, $10 bills, $20 bills, $50 bills, and $100 bills? Assume that the order in which the bills are

chosen does not matter, that the bills of each denomination are indistinguishable, and that there

are at least five bills of each type.

NOT GETTING THE SOLUTION SPECIFIED IN KENETH ROSEN..........

DOUBT IS WHY THIS CAN BE SOLVE USING METHOD OF FINDING NON NEGATIVE INTEGRAL SOLUTION POSSIBLE