In the small kingdom where water resource is very scarce, three mayors have to try to run their own cities and make lots of money in the most efficient way possible so that the townspeople won’t starve. Though the king is doing his best to manage and distribute only a handful remaining of water to all the mayors, he still has to obey the rule of water rights legacy that has been passed down through the generations to only senior and riparian mayors-they basically have the right to use as much water as they need to run their cities, free of charge. Given different amount of resources as well as different land conditions from those senior and riparian mayors, can the junior mayor survive?

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