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    Existence of a set of numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimi_azo45 View Post
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    Because for sufficiently large n there are more than one way of expressing it as a sum. Thus, the summand is not unique.
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    Can you please tell me how can you say the the more that two ways have all elements greater than 10?
    What is the bound for n for that to happen?
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