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Towers of Hanoi Investigation

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Introduction Our course work is called the towers of Hanoi. We were asked to have x number of discs and move them to a different place in the least number of moves possible. There are two other places you can move them to. This is what it looks like with 4 discs. You have to move all of the discs to either B or C, they have to be in the same order. ...read more.

Middle

1-B 2. 2-C 3. 1-C 4. 3-B 5. 1-A 6. 2-B 7. 1-B 4 Discs 1. 1-B 2. 2-C 3. 1-C 4. 3-B 5. 1-A 6. 2-B 7. 1-B 8. 4-C 9. 1-C 10. 2-A 11. 1-A 12. 3-C 13. 1-B 14. 2-C 15. 1-C 5 Discs 1. 1-B 2. 2-C 3. 1-C 4. 3-B 5. 1-A 6. 2-B 7. 1-B 8. 4-C 9. 1-C 10. 2-A 11. 1-A 12. 3-C 13. 1-B 14. 2-C 15. 1-C 16. 5-B 17. 1-B 18. 2-B 19. 3-A 20. 1-C 21. 2-A 22. ...read more.

Conclusion

2-B 19. 1-A 20. 3-A 21. 1-C 22. 2-A 23. 1-A 24. 4-B 25. 1-B 26. 2-C 27. 1-C 28. 3-B 29. 1-A 30. 2-B 31. 1-B 32. 6-C 33. 1-C 34. 2-A 35. 1-A 36. 3-C 37. 1-B 38. 2-C 39. 1-C 40. 4-A 41. 1-A 42. 2-B 43. 1-B 44. 3-A 45. 1-C 46. 2-A 47. 1-A 48. 5-C 49. 1-B 50. 2-C 51. 1-C 52. 3-B 53. 1-A 54. 2-B 55. 1-B 56. 4-C 57. 1-C 58. 2-A 59. 1-A 60. 3-A 61. 1-B 62. 2-C 63. 1-C Results Table Patterns Noticed Rule N2-1 Prediction Extra things that were noticed Conclusion Justify why it works ...read more.

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