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At 11:12 PM 10/4/98 +0200, Anonymous wrote:
>At 12:59 PM 10/3/98 -0400, Michael Motyka wrote:
>>> There is a desert which is 1000 miles across. There is a camel who can
>>> 1000 bananas maximum. The camel eats 1 banana per mile travelled. The
>>> has a total of 3000 bananas to begin with. What is the maximum number of
>>> bananas that the camel can get across to the other side uneaten?
>>My camels don't understand/can't eat fractional bananas.
>Why are bananas quantized in the presense of camels? Is this
>a quantum-computing thing?
Are we stipulating that the camel will travel in a straight line?
Or will it meander a bit, following the path of least resistanct through
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