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A set of 5 numbers 2010-01-10
From Marco:
I need to generate in an Excel or other table all possible combinations for a set of 5 numbers with the following criteria:

1.- Numbers can repeat.
2.- Order does not matter.
3.- Numbers may be from 0-9
4.- The sum of all numbers is equal or less than 31.
5.- The sum of all numbers is equal or greater than 10.
6.- One of the numbers is 2.
7.- One of the numbers is 5.
8.- One of the numbers is 7.


Answered by Penny Nom.



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