# MATH

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MARY SAYS THAT THE GREATER THE NUMBER OF COUNTERS, THE GREATER THE NUMER OF DIFFERENT ARRAYS YOU CAN FORM. GIVE AN EXAMPLE THAT SHOWS THAT MARY IS WRONG.

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If the "counters" are identical, there is only one possible array.

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Does anyone know the answer I see postings for everything but the answer

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