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# 3 teams which each team has 3 people attend the competition,

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3 teams which each team has 3 people attend the competition, if runs to nth, scores points is 6-n(1<=n<=5). In the competition nobody has forfeit, the tie and the midway withdrawl. If no team earn more than 6 point, wht is the least possible point of the team could earn?
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19 Dec 2005, 20:08
Is it 3?

3 teams, points range from 1-5 , a total of 15 points

Team A: 2, 4
Team B: 1, 5
Team C: 3

Since 2 teams have the maximum of 6, the lowest must be the remainder... 3

The question is a bit ambiguous... I may not have understood it correctly.
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19 Dec 2005, 20:42
total number of points possible: 5+4+3+2+1 = 15 points
1 team will have the least points if two teams takes the maximum points of 6.

So 15 - (6*2) = 3 points
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