Given a positive integer k and two non-negative integers n and m such that we need to take out a certain non-negative integer from n and certain non-negative integers from m such that the sum of these two is <=k.

Formally, n, m>=0, and k>0. Number of ways to take a and b from n and m such that

0<=a+b<=k

The number of such (a,b) pairs?

I can do it in a linear solution. Any O(1) combinatorics solution? Please let me know. I need this solve https://codeforces.com/problemset/problem/1744/F -> I got an idea where in i want to optimize from O(n*n) to O(n).

UPD: The below solution worked and i got AC: Submission Using this formula: https://codeforces.com/contest/1744/submission/179129170