Chocolate Numbers

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Ji, Caleb; Khovanova, Tanya; Park, Robin; Song, Angela;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Combinatorics | 11B99

In this paper, we consider a game played on a rectangular $m \times n$ gridded chocolate bar. Each move, a player breaks the bar along a grid line. Each move after that consists of taking any piece of chocolate and breaking it again along existing grid lines, until just... View more
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    2010 Mathematics Subject Classi cation: Primary 11B99.

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