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Given a set X of integers let S(X) be all sums of all 5-element subsets of X.
Are there two sets, X and Y, of ten elements each so that S(X) = S(Y)?
Source: Leningrad Math Olympiad
Bonus: (I don't know the answer to this one). What if 5 is replaced by 2? (but the 10 is retained).
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