What's G and N?

Let $$G$$ be the answer to this problem and $$N$$ be the answer to this problem.

The local sports team has $$N$$ players and $$G$$ uniforms. Of course, players need uniforms; in fact, $$N$$ uniforms are currently being worn in today's practice. They are thus dirty, and will be sent to laundry. So the players need to pick new uniforms among the remaining $$G-N$$ to be used for tomorrow's practice. How many ways are there to select the $$N$$ uniforms to be used for tomorrow's practice? (Note that who wears which uniform doesn't matter, just whether a certain uniform is selected or not.)

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