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# Divisor Take-Away Game 2

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### #1 Anza Power

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Posted 01 August 2013 - 08:57 PM

This is a continuation on BMAD's Divisor Take-Away Game.

Ok so same rules as before, assume that N>d:

1. If d=2, which player has the winning strategy given N?
2. If d=3, which player has the winning strategy given N?
3. What is the general rule for arbitrary N and d?

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