Let . Suppose six integers are chosen from S. Must there be two integers whose sum is15? Why?
Whether there must be two integers whose sum is 15, if six integers are chosen from
The given set is
The pigeonhole principle states that if objects (e.g. pigeons) are to be distributed in holes then some hole must contain at least two objects (pigeons).
Consider the following given set.
First partition the given set into the following five disjoint subsets
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