Faculty Mentor

Ben Cote

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Date

2021-05-27

Abstract

In this presentation we investigate a variation of the combinatorial, impartial game of Nim that, in addition to selecting from one of two piles of stones on each turn, also uses a system of divisors to define what selections are possible. We begin with an overview, winning strategies, and a history. For games of Divisor Nim, we determine the amount in each pile, find the proper divisors of each value, and discover new winning strategies for this unique Nim adaptation.

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Mathematics

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