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+ | Find the number of four-element subsets of <math>\{1,2,3,4,\dots, 20\}</math> with the property that two distinct elements of a subset have a sum of <math>16</math>, and two distinct elements of a subset have a sum of <math>24</math>. For example, <math>\{3,5,13,19\}</math> and <math>\{6,10,20,18\}</math> are two such subsets. | ||
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Problem 9
Find the number of four-element subsets of with the property that two distinct elements of a subset have a sum of , and two distinct elements of a subset have a sum of . For example, and are two such subsets.
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