# Chocholate

Table of chocolate is divided into squares on its surface. Lengthwise has 15 squares and widthwise 7 squares. We must chocolate broke into individual squares.

How many times we have broke it to get only individual squares? It is not permitted to break several superposed pieces.

Result

x =  104

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