Author: Michael Penn
We look at the solution to a nice combinatorics problem. In particular, we answer the following:
Is is possible to arrange the numbers 1,2,3,..2020 in an order so that the average of any two numbers in the list is not between these two numbers in the list.
A version of this problem is found in the following book:
102 Combinatorial Problems: https://amzn.to/2YXR4zR
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