Given 2n girls and randomly divided into two subgroups each containing n girls. The task is to count the number of ways in which groups can be formed such that two beautiful girls are into different groups.
Let group be r1, r2, b1, b2 where b1 and b2 are beautiful girls
Groups are: ((r1, b1) (r2, b2)), ((r1, b2) (r2, b1)), ((r2, b2) (r1, b1)), ((r2, b1) (r1, b2))
Approach: There are two ways in which the two beautiful girls lie in different groups and corresponding to each way the remaining (2n – 2) girls can be divided into two groups is
Hence total number of ways are 2 *
Implementation Code :
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