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Random Sum Resolution (Posted on 2016-06-06) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Five random positive integers are chosen independently with equal probability from 1 to N inclusively, where N is a positive integer.

Find the probability that:

(i) The number chosen last is equal to the sum of the four numbers that were chosen first.

(ii) The largest number chosen is the sum of the other four.

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