248. Integer Linear Programming
time limit per test: 0.25
sec.
memory limit per test: 65536
KB
input: standard
output: standard
You are to solve some problem of integer linear programming. It is posed in the following way. Let x[i] be a variable which is required to be a nonnegative integer (for any i from [1..N]). The goal is to minimize the function f(x[1], x[2],..., x[N])=x[1]+x[2]+...+x[N] (objective function) satisfying the constraint c[1]*x[1]+c[2]*x[2]+...+c[N]*x[N]=V.
The point X=(x[1], x[2],..., x[N]) that satisfies the constraint is called "feasible". All feasible points form a feasible set.
To make things clear, let us consider the following example N=2, c[1]=2, c[2]=4, V=6. There are only two feasible points: (1, 1) and (3, 0).
Clearly, the point (1, 1) is the optimal solution, because f(1, 1)<f(3, 0).
Input
The first line of input contains a single positive integer N (0<N<=3). The second line contains N positive integers c[i] separated by whitespaces (0<c[i]<=10^6). The last line contains positive integer V (0<V<=10^6).
Output
On the first line of the output file print the minimal possible value of the function f, or "1" (without quotes) if the problem has no solution.
Sample test(s)
Input
Test #1
2
2 4
6
Test #2
2
7 4
9
Output
Test #1
2
Test #2
1
Note
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Author:  Dmitry Filippov (DEF)

Resource:  Petrozavodsk Summer Training Sessions 2004

Date:  August 25, 2004

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