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How to determine all cases consistent with constraints
Suppose that $(i, j), (k, l)$ and $(m, n)$ are pairs of non-negative integers, satisfying the following constraints: $$i < j,\;\; k < l, \;\; m < n$$ and $$ (i, j) < (k, l) < (m, ...
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