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A charitable organization wants to design a special ATM machine to be used by needy people.
The association supplies the needy person with a pin number to be able to use the ATM machine.
He/she can then retrieve up to $150 per day depending on his/her needs (if possible less than $150 as contracted with the association which will penalize in case of misuse). The total daily balance of the machine is $2000
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