# Answer to Question #17719 in Combinatorics | Number Theory for Terry

Question #17719

Muffins are in packages of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6. How many combinations to equal 10?

Expert's answer

We have at all 5 packages.

So, if we take "6" then possible are

a) take "4"

b) take "1" and "3"

If we take no "6" then we have to take all other packages.

So it is 3 combinations.

So, if we take "6" then possible are

a) take "4"

b) take "1" and "3"

If we take no "6" then we have to take all other packages.

So it is 3 combinations.

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