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Program Bash VERY URGENT

Hello I have to do a program in Bash, need help because it does not go out for me and go enough time with this!!

Five directories(boards of directors) that more occupy, arranged according to size. To measure the size of every directory(board of directors) there must not be included the size of his(her,your) subdirectories(subboards of directors).

Ten normal files that more occupy, always and when they overcome 3 MB.

The number of normal files that are script of shell (identified by the extension .sh) and the sum of the nímero of lines of each one of these files.

I wait that me podais to solve the problem before tomorrow that is when I have to deliver it and go a few days tied
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