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For three integers $x, y$ and $z, x+y+z=15,$ and $xy+yz+xz=3.$ What is the largest value which $x$ can take?

  1. $3 \sqrt{13}$
  2. $\sqrt{19}$
  3. $13 /3$
  4. $\sqrt{15}$
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