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THE PARISH COUNCIL ELECTION.





(Money Puzzles)
Here is an easy problem for the novice. At the last election of the
parish council of Tittlebury-in-the-Marsh there were twenty-three
candidates for nine seats. Each voter was qualified to vote for nine of
these candidates or for any less number. One of the electors wants to
know in just how many different ways it was possible for him to vote.


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