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What is the origin of the “wheat and chessboard” legend?
The "wheat and chessboard" fable describes a geometric problem that is often quoted in stories about the invention of chess. According to Wikipedia, the main theme of the fable is: When the ...
Dec 18 '12 at 18:33
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