This is Part 3 of an N-part series.

- The Josephus Problem: Part 1: The Problem
- The Josephus Problem: Part 2: Two Examples
- The Josephus Problem: Part 3: Solving the Double Step Case

## Solving the Double Step Case

The Josephus Problem for a …

This is Part 3 of an N-part series.

- The Josephus Problem: Part 1: The Problem
- The Josephus Problem: Part 2: Two Examples
- The Josephus Problem: Part 3: Solving the Double Step Case

Table of Contents

The Josephus Problem for a …

This is Part 2 of an N-part series.

- The Josephus Problem: Part 1: The Problem
- The Josephus Problem: Part 2: Two Examples
- The Josephus Problem: Part 3: Solving the Double Step Case

Table of Contents

In this blog post we'll walk through two examples of …

This is Part 1 of an N-part series.

- The Josephus Problem: Part 1: The Problem
- The Josephus Problem: Part 2: Two Examples
- The Josephus Problem: Part 3: Solving the Double Step Case

Table of Contents

The following problem, Cat and Mice, is Puzzle 88 in Boris Kordemsky's The Moscow Puzzles.

Purrer has decided to take a nap. He dreams …

*This is Part 4 of a 4-part blog post
on the mathematics of the 4x4 Rubik's Cube,
its relation to algorithms, and some
curious properties of Rubik's Cubes.*

See Part 1 of this blog post here: Part 1: Representations

See Part 2 of this blog post here: Part 2: Permutations

See Part 3 of this blog post here: Part 3: Factoring Permutations

You are currently reading Part 4 of this blog post: **Part 4: Sequence Order**

*This is Part 3 of a 4-part blog post
on the mathematics of the 4x4 Rubik's Cube,
its relation to algorithms, and some
curious properties of Rubik's Cubes.*

See Part 1 of this blog post here: Part 1: Representations

See Part 2 of this blog post here: Part 2: Permutations

You are currently reading Part 3 of this blog post: **Part 3: Factoring Permutations**

See Part 4 of this blog post here: Part 4: Sequence Order

*This is Part 2 of a 4-part blog post
on the mathematics of the 4x4 Rubik's Cube,
its relation to algorithms, and some
curious properties of Rubik's Cubes.*

See Part 1 of this blog post here: Part 1: Representations

You are currently reading Part 2 of this blog post: **Part 2: Permutations**

See Part 3 of this blog post here: Part 3: Factoring Permutations

See Part 4 of this blog post here: Part 4: Sequence Order

*This is Part 1 of a 4-part blog post
on the mathematics of the 4x4 Rubik's Cube,
its relation to algorithms, and some
curious properties of Rubik's Cubes.*

You are currently reading Part 1 of this blog post: **Part 1: Representations**

See Part 2 of this blog post here: Part 2: Permutations

See Part 3 of this blog post here: Part 3: Factoring Permutations

See Part 4 of this blog post here: Part 4: Sequence Order

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I first came across the lattice paths problem in Project Euler problem 15. The question described a 2x2 square lattice, and illustrated the 6 ways of navigating from the top left corner to the bottom right corner by taking the minimum number of steps - 2 right …