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Given an array of ints, is it possible to divide the ints into two groups, so that the sum of the two groups is the same, with these constraints: all the values that are multiple of 5 must be in one group, and all the values that are a multiple of 3 (and not a multiple of 5) must be in the other. (No loops needed.) split53([1, 1]) → true split53([1, 1, 1]) → false split53([2, 4, 2]) → true ...Save, Compile, Run |

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