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Stacking Problems (a generalized Tower of Hanoi) — a note by Eddie The Head In this note we will discuss a few ways to efficiently stack a collection of elements having a few constraints in mind. It consists of three pegs fastened to a stand, and of eight circular discs of wood or cardboard each of which has a hole in the middle so that a peg can be put through it. These discs are of different radii, and initially they are placed all on one peg, so that the biggest is at the bottom, and the radii of the successive discs decrease as we ascend: thus the smallest disc is at the top. This arrangement is called the Tower. The problem is to shift the discs from one peg to another in such a way that a disc shall never rest on one smaller than itself, and finally to transfer the tower (i.e. all the discs in their proper order) from the peg on which they initially rested to one of the other pegs. Let denote the number of ways to transfer n disks from the source tower to the destination tower. If then , since one disk can be transferred to the destination tower in 1 step.