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IW2 applies ... s) be distributed into boxes of specification (p+-'+*+-) in such wise that i unspecified boxes receive {mim2 •• w^^)> J other unspecified boxes objects ^ other unspecified boxes objects of specifica- objects of specification of specification tion (ojOo ... , (9i,), Wm)> ••• number •,•/. o,y.... y) = 2a='y8^y"- + 22a«/32y8 + GSa^'ySySc + 3Xa'l3'y^8 + eSa^^^ySc + lOSa^ySySc^, otherwise written (2P) 28. ) + 6 (2-P) + 10 (2r). important to be able to obtain readily the numerical values of such coefficients, we will subject this particular development to examination with the object of deducing general laws in the algebra of symmetric functions.

NiW22... W2()(wiW2---^tt) or (wi ^2 and it . . wi<)-, has been shewn already that these functions enumerate, on de- velopment, the distributions which are associated with the particular specifications (^m-^mo, ... mt), (niUo ... w^). DISTRIBUTION INTO DIFFERENT BOXES 28 As an example let us distribute 4 objects into two different boxes so that one box, unspecified, contains 3 objects and the other box 1 object. We have 2/ai = 2{(3) + (21) + (l0}(l) = 2 (4) + 4 (31) + 4 (2') + 6 (2P) + 8 (l^), leading to the conclusion that objects of specification (21^) can be distributed in 6 ways and similarly when the fications.

Difficulty in establishing the A(i (1 A2 Ai 1 we 9. 1)'" - readily reach the {^^ (1 + AT'^ + + A)'"-' "... ("'^^ (1 number which enumerates the distributions of objects of specification (pijh "-Ps) into boxes of specification (1"'), box being empty, subject to the condition that no particular object to appear twice in the same box. i -- 3, p.. J (m - 2\ p. =CL, Pi^^, we find no is DISTRIBUTION INTO DIFFERENT BOXES The more general' condition that k times in the same box is treated by ki, K2, such that ks is derived from kg A^3) 35 no object is to appear more than means of new functions ••• > by striking out from the partitions which contain parts greater than k.

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