# 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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