|Testing Round #10|
Petya has k matches, placed in n matchboxes lying in a line from left to right. We know that k is divisible by n. Petya wants all boxes to have the same number of matches inside. For that, he can move a match from its box to the adjacent one in one move. How many such moves does he need to achieve the desired configuration?
The first line contains integer n (1 ≤ n ≤ 50000). The second line contains n non-negative numbers that do not exceed 109, the i-th written number is the number of matches in the i-th matchbox. It is guaranteed that the total number of matches is divisible by n.
Print the total minimum number of moves.
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