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Analyzing Nim Games for Winning Strategies Static Nim is a one-pile game between two players. In this game, the maximum number of tokens that can be removed on each turn remains constant throughout the game. In this lesson, students will learn to represent the positions as the vertices of a directed graph and the moves as the edges of the graph. Also, they will learn that solving a game means finding a partition of the vertices into two sets such that three important properties are satisfied.
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