Merger and acquisition, Corporate Finance

The chocolate icecream company and vanila icecream company has mergeged to form fudge cnsolidated. Both the companies are exactly alike and situated in two different towns. The end of period vallue of the firm are,
State-rainy, warm, hot. probabilities-0.1,0.4.0.5.value-100000,200000,400000.Each company has debt claim of 200000 RS.There will be no synergy.Possible values of the combined company?
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