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 Magic Trick (Posted on 2009-05-10)
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.

 No Solution Yet Submitted by Praneeth Rating: 5.0000 (2 votes)

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 re(2): 189 can be the answer Comment 8 of 8 |

oops i am sorry, i thought we have to count all the numbers on the card only.... will try to figure out better solution
 Posted by Ritesh on 2011-05-02 20:25:48

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