In a cellar of 9 tables, on them there are baskets with apples. It is known that on any two tables in the sum no more than 11 baskets, and in any two baskets from one table in the sum no more than 71 apples. What greatest number of apples can be in a cellar?

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8 tables on 5 baskets; from five baskets in 4 on 35 apples, in 1 - 36 apples. 1 table of 6 baskets; 5 baskets on 35 apples, in 1 - 36 apples. The greatest quantity 8*4*35+8*36+5*35+36 = 1120 +288+175+36=1619 apples.
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