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Magic Trick (Posted on 2009-05-10) Difficulty: 2 of 5
A magician told his friend(X) that he will do a magic trick and gave X 3 cards with 5 distinct non-negative integers written on each card. X was asked to choose a number from each card and tell the sum of the 3 chosen numbers to him. For every possible sum X told him, he answered all the 3 chosen numbers correctly. If you sum all these possible sums, what is the minimum value it can take?

Note: The integers on a card are distinct but integers on two different cards may not be distinct.

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  Subject Author Date
re(2): 189 can be the answerRitesh2011-05-02 20:25:48
re: 189 can be the answerCharlie2011-04-28 23:27:57
189 can be the answerRitesh2011-04-28 16:16:57
Some Thoughtsre(2): my minimumm- spoilerAdy TZIDON2009-05-11 18:56:37
re: my minimumm- spoilerDaniel2009-05-11 15:16:31
Solutionmy minimumm- spoilerAdy TZIDON2009-05-11 14:19:48
Reflecting - more thoughtsbrianjn2009-05-11 10:08:20
Some Thoughtssome ideasCharlie2009-05-10 17:05:33
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