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Hi, so I was wondering what you guys put for the problem where it asks for what was the max amount of people who scored 4 points when you have 11 people who scored either 1,2,3 or 4 and whose total number of points must equal 28.
I have looked at all the threads on cc + plum and it seemed like the consensus was that the max was 5. However, I was wondering what the collegeboard meant by people scoring either 1,2,3 or 4 goals? Does that mean that at least one person must score 3 once? If so that would make the answer 4, and nearly everyone I know who have achieved perfect scores or close in math would be wrong...
Does anyone have any insight into the wording of this problem?