Find the number of ways to from (0,0) to (8,8) in the right angled isosceles triangle forming the sides:

1) (0,0) to (8,0)

2) (8,0) to (8,8)

3) (0,0) to (8,8)

You can only go in positive vertical or horizontal directions(only integer co-ordinates). Diagonals are not allowed.

Bonus: Try to find the number of ways for a general case like (0,0) to (m,m)

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TopNewestCan we go up and sideways only from the integral values or from anywhere in between?

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Only integral values

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Try this problem @Surya Prakash @Satyajit Mohanty @Nihar Mahajan @Swapnil Das

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