Given N bags, each bag contains Bi chocolates. There is a kid and a magician. In one unit of time, kid chooses a random bag i, eats Bi chocolates, then the magician fills the ith bag with floor(Bi/2) chocolates.
Find the maximum number of chocolates that kid can eat in A units of time.
First argument is an integer A.
Second argument is an integer array B of size N.
Return an integer denoting the maximum number of chocolates that kid can eat in A units of time.
A = 3 B = [6, 5]
A = 5 b = [2, 4, 6, 8, 10]
At t = 1 kid eats 6 chocolates from bag 0, and the bag gets filled by 3 chocolates. At t = 2 kid eats 5 chocolates from bag 1, and the bag gets filled by 2 chocolates. At t = 3 kid eats 3 chocolates from bag 0, and the bag gets filled by 1 chocolate. so, total number of chocolates eaten are 6 + 5 + 3 = 14
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