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You are given an array of size N. Distribute the elements of the array into two parts such that the \(product\) of the \(sum\) of two parts is maximum.
In other words,
Let \(f(x)\) denote sum of the elements in \(Part 1\).
Let \(g(x)\) denote sum of the elements in \(Part 2\).
You need to maximise \(f(x)*g(x)\)
Input :
First line contains an integer N, denoting number of elements in array.
Next line contains N integers denoting the array elements.
Output :
Maximum value of \(f(x)*g(x)\).
Constraints :
\(1 \le N \le 100\)
\(1 \le A[i] \le 500\)
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Maximum \(product\) is possible when part 1 contains \(2,6\) and part 2 contains \(3,5\)