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I love this program. This definitely trains your mind into working hard at figuring out the solution. Stacking slabs of blocks doesn't seem like a hard thing at first but when you actually get to it, it turns out to be a lot of moves needed. I think the Tower of Hanoi would be perfect for the class that I'm in because we focus on the strategies on solving problems. Using the program was easy for me. I definitely want to come back to this program and work on it daily for the fact that it'll help me think of ways to tackle the problem.
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I spent the most time on this one. Probably about two hours going from three slabs to six slabs. Not impressive but I'm still working on it!