I am a IB student in Canada, and for my Maths IA, I would like to write about solving the famous Knight's Tour Puzzle in Chess.
The puzzle is done on an 8x8 chess board. Essentially, one must move the knight to every square on the board without landing on the same square twice.
I know there is an algorithm to solve this puzzle that involves calculus, however I am lost!
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