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Topic: Continous path on square grid
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Re: Continous path on square grid
Posted: Feb 5, 2013 1:55 AM
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On 1 Feb, 13:11, 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)...
> I know of a P(4,6). But I cannot find a P(5,8). Any takers?
> --
> Clive Tooth

Can i ask what what type of real problems this solves, or is it just
like puzzles?

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