# Wagons

We have six wagons, two white, two blue, and two red. We assemble trains from them, wagons of the same color are exactly the same, so if we change only two white wagons on a train, it's still the same train because I don't know any difference. How many different trains can we assemble when:

The 1st train must have all six wagons

The 2nd train can have 1 to 6 wagons.

The 1st train must have all six wagons

The 2nd train can have 1 to 6 wagons.

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