# In how many ways can 10 (identical) dimes be distributed among five children if (a) There are no restrictions? (b) Each child gets at least one dime? (c) The oldest child gets at least two dimes?

In how many ways can 10 (identical) dimes be distributed among five children if

(a) There are no restrictions?

(b) Each child gets at least one dime?

(c) The oldest child gets at least two dimes?

(a) There are no restrictions?

(b) Each child gets at least one dime?

(c) The oldest child gets at least two dimes?

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