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I understand what it means now, that's what I was having problems with. So essentially anything over the number 50 will have a possible solution. Interestingly enough, using my program that calculates all possible solutions, I actually came up with a graph depiction of the theorem. It turns out that around 2250 nuggets to test, it is possible to get more solutions than the given number and then sky rockets into 10's of thousands of solutions... See the attachment following this post. It shows from 500 - 10,000 the possible solutions there are to make the given N, and then plots it out in a graph which looks to be getting exponentially bigger... If you are interested.

Thanks for the help maitre_kaio