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    I have 9 chalkboards to be distributed amongst 4 classrooms. If each class must get at least 1 chalkboard, how many possible divisions can I have?

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    Since each classroom should get at least one board, and we can assume ...

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    The solution discusses the fact that I have 9 chalkboards to be distributed amongst 4 classrooms. If each class must get at least 1 chalkboard, how many possible divisions can I have?

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