Tower of Hanoi, Plan Toys
The Tower of Hanoi, also known as the Tower of Lucas, is a mathematical game invented by the French mathematician Edouard Luca in 1883.
The game consists of five disks, different in size from each other, and three pillars. At the beginning, the disks are arranged on the left pillar, with the largest at the bottom and the smallest at the top. The goal is to move the tower to the right pillar. Only one disk can be moved per turn, and a larger disk cannot be placed on top of a smaller one.
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