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## !!QUICKLY!! The Tower of Hanoi is traditionally seen with three pegs. How would adding more pegs affect the minimum numbe

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The Tower of Hanoi is traditionally seen with three

pegs. How would adding more pegs affect the

minimum number of moves required to solve forn

disks? Why is this the case?

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Answer:As the number of pegs added increases, the number of moves required decreases.

The extra pegs allow for more places to move disks, reducing the number of intermediate stacking steps.

An example would be three disks with four pegs. This requires 5 moves to solve, instead of 7.

Step-by-step explanation:Hope that helps 🙂