```
import Mathlib.Data.Set.Card
import Mathlib.Tactic
/-!
# USA Mathematical Olympiad 2024, Problem 2
Let S₁, S₂, ..., Sₙ be finite sets of integers whose intersection
is not empty. For each non-empty T ⊆ {S₁, S₂, ..., Sₙ}, the size of
the intersection of the sets in T is a multiple of the number of
sets in T. What is the least possible number of elements that are in
at least 50 sets?
-/
namespace Usa2024P2
/- determine -/ abbrev solution : ℕ := sorry
structure Good (S : Fin 100 → Set ℤ) : Prop where
finite : ∀ i, (S i).Finite
nonempty_inter : ⋂ i, S i ≠ ∅
card : ∀ T : Finset (Fin 100), T.Nonempty →
∃ k : ℕ, (⋂ i ∈ T, S i).ncard * k = T.card
-- z is in at least k of the sets S.
abbrev InAtLeastKSubsets (S : Fin 100 → Set ℤ) (k : ℕ) (z : ℤ) : Prop :=
k ≤ {i : Fin 100 | z ∈ S i }.ncard
theorem usa2024_p2 (n : ℕ) :
IsLeast
{ k | ∃ S, Good S ∧
k = {z : ℤ | InAtLeastKSubsets S k z }.ncard } solution := sorry
end Usa2024P2
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