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Problem 7Show that the Chomp position shown below is anN-position by finding a winning move (the squarewith the black circle is the poisoned one):Problem 8What is the Sprague-Grundy function of a 2×3 rectangular bar of chocolate? Justify your answer.4
Problem 9Consider two people playing a Chomp game using 4 bars of chocolate. On a turn, a player picks oneof the bars and takes a chunk out of it according to the usual rules of Chomp. We come upon thegame when it is at the position shown below. Are there any winning moves from this position? Ifso, list them all. (The grey circle represents the poisoned square.),,,5