Paul, can you clarify something for me. In Assignment 1.6 the example output you gave is: square 1: 1 grain square 2: 2 grains square 3: 4 grains square 5: 8 grains My question is, should "square 5" really be "square 4"? I understood the question to mean that the number of grains doubled on each square, but the example you give doesn't match this. Have I misunderstood the question?
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Actually I think I've got it now, it's a quite early in the morning over here and it took my brain a few mins to get it! ... it's not quite as simple as doubling the number of grains right? And if i've got it right this time, the example you give is correct. I won't give away what I think the answer is ... Just a quick note to clarify that I am correct this time and am now going about it the right way would be helpful though. Thanks!