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Assuming that all the cedar trees are the same and that the three apple trees are the same, and it doesn't matter which of the apple trees you purchase, then you have the following options: CCCCAAA, CCCCAA, CCCCA, CCCC, CCCAAA, CCCAA, CCCA, CCC, CCAAA, CCAA, CCA, CC, CAAA, CAA, CA, C, AAA, AA or A. This is 19 possibilities.

Because the problem says that you buy trees, the null set (i.e., not buying anyting) is not as option.

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Q: How many different combinations of trees could you buy if your local garden centre has only four cedar trees and three apple trees in stock The answer is 19 Why?
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