Can you solve the rogue AI riddle? - Dan Finkel
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This video was inspired the by a game called Nim that has been played in various forms for centuries. The fundamental structure of Nim-style games is that there are one or more piles of objects, and certain rules for removing objects from the piles. There are always 2 players in Nim. Want to try? Here, the educator explains how to play one variation.
Nim can even be played by younger students simply by making the numbers smaller.
Looking for more math games? Check out the educator’s website.
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