Challenge 64: Can You Avoid This Dyck Path?
- Published on Oct 25, 2018
- * On the final slide of the problem statement, perhaps I should have written "Let a Dyck path of length 2n be good..." instead of "Let a Dyck path be good..." to clarify the meaning of n in the second condition (although n appears in the first slide, a clarification that its meaning does not change through the slides was probably needed).
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