Monthly Archives: June 2021

Linearity testing: Checking proofs for the lazy person

Taking a final exam in a course is not really a celebration cause for most students, but it is just not as fun to be on the other side as exam checkers. It can easily take several days to grade … Continue reading

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The Peg Solitaire and its unbeatable games

In the previous post we considered a simple domino game where we needed to cover a board with dominos. We wanted to find a way such that if a board couldn’t be covered, then we could prove it easily, and … Continue reading

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Unwinnable domino games and game invariants

Sudoku is a simple game that was invented more than a century ago, but only started to get famous about 20 years ago, and suddenly it started appearing in the game sections of many papers, you could buy booklets full … Continue reading

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