Lumberjacks
Public  04/22/16  6xp  Programming  24.2% 
A group of lumberjacks are gathered in a camp.
Each day, in turn, one of the lumberjacks stays in the camp to cook, while the others go to work in 2 teams.
What is the smallest possible number of lumberjacks and their ages (First solution in lexicographic order).
Answer format: a1,a2,...,an // in ascending order.
[My timing: 2 sec]
Each day, in turn, one of the lumberjacks stays in the camp to cook, while the others go to work in 2 teams.
 The sum of the ages of the 1st team equals the sum of the ages of the 2nd team.
 The ages of the lumberjacks are all different and are prime numbers.
What is the smallest possible number of lumberjacks and their ages (First solution in lexicographic order).
Answer format: a1,a2,...,an // in ascending order.
[My timing: 2 sec]
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