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If we increase the number of elements by 1, the number of combinations of the third class without repetitions increases by 10. How many elements do we have?

Correct answer:

n =  5

Step-by-step explanation:

C3(6)=(36)=3!(63)!6!=321654=20 (3n+1)=10+(3n)  3! (n+13)!(n+1)!=10+3! (n3)!n! 6 (n2)!(n+1)!=10+6 (n3)!n! 6 (n2)!(n+1)n(n1)(n2)!=10+6 (n3)!n(n1)(n2)(n3)!  6(n+1)n(n1)=10+6n(n1)(n2) (n+1)n(n1)=60+n(n1)(n2) 3 n23 n60=0  n1=4 n2=5  n=5   Verifying Solution:   C3(5)=(35)=3!(53)!5!=2154=10  c1=(3n+1)=(35+1)=20 c2=(3n)=10



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