Yesterday we looked at the number 10. Today it was all about the number 12. How many ways can you make 12? How many combinations to 12 are there? Now what if you have some red crayons, some blue crayons, and 12 crayons in all...how many answers to that problem are there? Let's make it trickier, what if you have some red, some blue, some green crayons, and 12 crayons in all...how many answers to that problem are there?
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