### How many ways to pick 8 coins from those five piles of coins

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Suppose we have a piles of 10 pennies , a pile of 10 nickels, a pile of 10 dimes , a pile of 9 quarters and a pile of 8 half-dollar coins.

1) How many ways to pick 8 coins from those five piles of coins?

2) How many ways to pick 9 coins from those five piles of coins?

3) How many ways to pick 10 coins from those five piles of coins?

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