Posted by **Dale** on Tuesday, October 17, 2006 at 4:54pm.

I have 37 different dollar amounts.

I also have an additional 2 dollar amounts.

If I total the 2 dollar amounts I get the same number as if I total all 37 amounts.

Is there a way to use this information to break up the 37 numbers into 2 sets so that each set will total each one of the 2 dollar amounts?

It's not clear to me what the question is here. What do you mean by "different dollar amounts"? Sums that add to a dollar or simply sums in general? Something is missing in this question. Maybe someone else understands what's being asked.

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