Discrete Mathematics
# Distribution into Bins

How many necklaces can be formed by joining together 12 green beads and 3 red beads?

**Note:** All beads have to be used. Rotations and reflections are considered identical.

How many 6-digit numbers can be formed using exactly 4 different digits?

Seven identical eggs are being put into a \(15 \times 1 \) egg box. However no more than two eggs can be put in a row. For example, one possible arrangement is E-E----EE-E--EE.

How many possible arrangements are there for the eggs?

**Note:** The egg box always stays in the same orientation so reflections count.

How many subsets of \(\{1,2,3, \ldots, 14\}\) contain no pair of consecutive integers?

**Details and assumptions**

The empty set is a subset of every set.

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