# Bicolor Towers of Hanoi

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The towers of Hanoi puzzle involves three vertical rods and a number of disks of unequal size with holes in their centers. The disks can slide down a rod to make a stack. The initial set up has all the disks on one rod, subject to the general rule 1:

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Contributed by: Brian Lin and Sarah Brand (June 2016)

Special thanks to the University of Illinois NetMath Program and the mathematics department at William Fremd High School, and especially to Mr. Grattoni.

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References

[1] P. V. Chaugule, “Math and Fun with Algorithms: A Recursive Solution to Bicolor Towers of Hanoi Problem,” *Recreational Mathematics Magazine*, 4, 2015 pp. 37–48.

[2] D. W. Palmer, “Exploring Recursion with Variations on the Towers of Hanoi,” *Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges*, 12(2), 1996 pp. 59–66.

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Published: June 15 2016