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Reconstructing a Monthly problem: tree growth on the 2D integer lattice
I'm trying to reconstruct a problem I saw in the Monthly, years ago. Perhaps it'll look familiar to someone. In the integer lattice in the plane, we grow a tree in the following natural way: ...
Nov 27 '10 at 1:35
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