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What is the smallest number of titles you could have to get this result?

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You are decorating for spring and you have found a bargain.
A huge box of beautifully decorated titles, enough to provide a border in two rooms.
You really can't figure out how to arrange them.
If you set a border of two titles all around, there's one left over.
Finally you try a block of seven titles for each corner and you come out even.
What is the smallest number of titles you could have to get this result?

posted Jul 15 by Rahul Chandel

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