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# Problem 2405. The Number of Ways

Find all the possible ways to reach the end of a matrix. So given

```[a b
c d]
```

the possible ways [a c],[a d],[b c],[b d] as inputs p the number of rows and n the number of column. You will produce a matrix by using these two input inputs. The matrix starts with 1 and increases left to right. The last number in the matrix will be n*p. After that you find the possible ways to reach end of the matrix

Example 1

```p = 2; the number of rows
n = 2; the number of columns
```
```will produce this output matrix
```
```[1 2
3 4]
```

Possible ways are [1 3],[1 4],[2 3],[2 4]

` output =`
```     1     3
1     4
2     3
2     4```

Example 2

``` p = 4;
n = 2;```

These produce the matrix

``` [1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8]```

Possible ways are [1 3 5 7], [1 3 5 8],...,[2 4 6 8]

``` output =
1     3     5     7
1     3     5     8
1     3     6     7
1     3     6     8
1     4     5     7
1     4     5     8
1     4     6     7
1     4     6     8
2     3     5     7
2     3     5     8
2     3     6     7
2     3     6     8
2     4     5     7
2     4     5     8
2     4     6     7
2     4     6     8```

### Solution Stats

70.0% Correct | 30.0% Incorrect
Last solution submitted on Jun 15, 2018