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Topic: Continous path on square grid
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Willem

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Re: Continous path on square grid
Posted: Feb 1, 2013 10:15 AM
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clive tooth wrote:
) Let a P(n,s) be a continuous path, made of s straight sections, which
) passes exactly once through each of n^2 points arranged in a square
) array.
)
) So, here is a P(3,4)...
) http://www.flickr.com/photos/lhc_logs/8435448440/in/photostream
)
) I know of a P(4,6). But I cannot find a P(5,8). Any takers?

IIRC, I figured out a way to get P(n,n*2-2) by beginning at P(4,6) in
such a way that adding a row and column required two extra lines.

I can't remember exactly what that beginning sequence was though.


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