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We can not see your original problem, however I created variations of problems and can conclude in a possible answer.

Using the above stated steps we would count all of the numbers individually, even if; it was a zero, a negative number, and even duplicated numbers, to get a total of "n". So, if you started with 11 numbers, regardless of what they were, you would count 11 = n. Verify that the example problem was done this way, and maybe you will come to the conclusion that you discovered an error in the example's solution.

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Should there be a set of numbers in this problem?