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<p>Or, if you don't have the book:</p>

<p>In a certain game, each token has one of three possible values: 1 point, 5 points, or 10 points. How many different combinations of these token values are worth a total of 17 points?</p>

<p>a) 2 b)3 c)4 d)5 e)6</p>

<p>I saw the CollegeBoard's attempt to explain it online (SAT Course), but all they do is list the combinations, not how to GET the combinations...</p>

<p>Can someone explain this to me? The correct answer is E.</p>