** Warning: **Long Answer

We have to calculate for worst case. And you are working on best case.

Your code is

```
if(q[i]>=2)
{
count=count+2; // it should be count = count + q[i];
}
```

Why I am doing so?

Lets take an example… The input numbers are 6,8,4,3,10

The output should be 10+8+6+4+**2**= 30. Why 2 is added here and not 3?

We have to calculate for worst case. Suppose For the first time from bag I get ingredient of last type (with quantity 10). And for second time I again get last type of ingredient. So for worst case we would first take all the ingredient with largest quantity and then ingredient with second largest quantity and so on… And from the last ingredient that is having smallest quantity we would take 2 from it(as we are required to take 2 units from each). We have taken all the ingredients and from the last ingredient we would take 2 which will complete the task

If any of the ingredients is having less than 2 units then it would not be possible to complete the task

One optimal solution would be: First sort all the numbers in ascending order. Check the first element(as this would be smallest number) is smaller than 2 then it would be impossible to complete the task

Then concurrently add all the numbers from the last to first element in sorted array(except the first element) and add ‘2’ for the first element.

Lets see how this would work in above example

Input numbers ** 6 8 4 3 10**

Sorted Array ** 3 4 6 8 10**

Required Answer = **10+8+6+4+2**

Hope you would have got your answer and this is very easy question and will help your Interest in Competitive Programming

Here is my solution: http://www.codechef.com/viewsolution/6954021