In combinatorial mathematics, the Lobb number Lm, n counts the number of ways that n + m open parentheses can be arranged to form the start of a valid sequence of balanced parentheses.
The Lobb number are parameterized by two non-negative integers m and n with n >= m >= 0. It can be obtained by:
Lobb Number is also used to count the number of ways in which n + m copies of the value +1 and n – m copies of the value -1 may be arranged into a sequence such that all of the partial sums of the sequence are non- negative.
Input : n = 3, m = 2 Output : 5 Input : n =5, m =3 Output :35
The idea is simple, we use a function that computes binomial coefficients for given values. Using this function and above formula, we can compute Lobb numbers.
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