Recursion / Divide and Conquer - Exhaustive Search

Time Limit : 5 sec, Memory Limit : 65536 KB
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Exhaustive Search

Write a program which reads a sequence A of n elements and an integer M, and outputs "yes" if you can make M by adding elements in A, otherwise "no". You can use an element only once.

You are given the sequence A and q questions where each question contains Mi.

Input

In the first line n is given. In the second line, n integers are given. In the third line q is given. Then, in the fourth line, q integers (Mi) are given.

Output

For each question Mi, print yes or no.

Constraints

  • n ≤ 20
  • q ≤ 200
  • 1 ≤ elements in A ≤ 2000
  • 1 ≤ Mi ≤ 2000

Sample Input 1

5
1 5 7 10 21
8
2 4 17 8 22 21 100 35

Sample Output 1

no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no

Notes

You can solve this problem by a Burte Force approach. Suppose solve(p, t) is a function which checkes whether you can make t by selecting elements after p-th element (inclusive). Then you can recursively call the following functions:

solve(0, M)
solve(1, M-{sum created from elements before 1st element})
solve(2, M-{sum created from elements before 2nd element})
...

The recursive function has two choices: you selected p-th element and not. So, you can check solve(p+1, t-A[p]) and solve(p+1, t) in solve(p, t) to check the all combinations.

For example, the following figure shows that 8 can be made by A[0] + A[2].