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Six cards are drawn one by one from a set of unlimited number of cards, each card is marked with numbers or . Number of different ways in which they can be drawn if the sum of the numbers shown by them vanishes is

  1. none
Correct Answer: Option(c)
Solution:
Given that sum must vanish
sum
possibilities : All      
                              
                             
For case only possible way
For case ways
For case ways
For case ways
Total
        
Hence, the answer is
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