Any set of 10 positive integers smaller than 100 will always contains two subsets with the same sum.

In any such group, the number of possible subsets (excluding the empty set) is 210 – 1, or 1023. And the largest possible sum of any subset is 90 + 91 + … + 99 = 945. Hence, no matter which numbers are chosen, there will always be more subsets than possible sums, and some subsets (dozens, actually) must yield the same sum.