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**greenTicket:**

public int greenTicket(int a, int b, int c) { if (a != b && a != c && c != b) return 0; return (a == b && b == c) ? 20 : 10; }

**blueTicket:**

public int blueTicket(int a, int b, int c) { if (a + b == 10 || a + c == 10 || c + b == 10) return 10; return (a - c == 10 || b - c == 10) ? 5 : 0; }

If you’re not comfortable doing algebraic manipulations, then the solution looks like this:

public int blueTicket(int a, int b, int c) { if (a + b == 10 || a + c == 10 || c + b == 10) return 10; return (a + b - (c + b) == 10 || a + b - (a + c) == 10) ? 5 : 0; }

**shareDigit:**

public boolean shareDigit(int a, int b) { return (a % 10 == b % 10 || a / 10 == b / 10 || a % 10 == b / 10 || b % 10 == a / 10); }

**sumLimit:**

public int sumLimit(int a, int b) { String sum = String.valueOf(a + b); String lengthA = String.valueOf(a); return (sum.length() == lengthA.length()) ? a + b : a; }

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