Posted by **Epic** on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 1:37pm.

How many ways are there to put 4 balls in 3 boxes if the balls are distinguishable but the boxes are not?

How many ways are there to put 4 balls in 3 boxes if two balls are indistinguishably white, two are indistinguishably black, and the boxes are distinguishable?

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