Problem 6

Discrete Mathematics Level pending

Twelve people entered a restaurant where there are only three tables left. One table can seat three people, the other can seat four and the largest table can seat five. In how many ways can the waiter seat the 12 people if ​we assume that the order of seating at the tables is immaterial?


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