The goal of the Tower of Hanoi problem is to move all disks from the first tower to the third tower, such that each disk is on top of a larger disk. You can only move one disk at a time, and you can only move a disk to the top of another tower if that tower has no disks on it, or if the top disk on that tower is larger than the disk you are trying to move.
The goal of the Tower of Hanoi algorithm is to move a stack of disks from one peg to another, without ever placing a larger disk on top of a smaller disk. The input will consist of the starting peg, the goal peg, and the number of disks. The output should consist of a series of instructions on how to move the disks from the starting peg to the goal peg .
The Tower of Hanoi problem is a classic algorithmic puzzle that can be solved using a simple recursive algorithm. Given a stack of n disks, the algorithm moves the disks from the first stack to the last stack, using only three stacks and moving only one disk at a time. The disks must be moved so that the smallest disk is on top of the largest disk.
This technical problem deals with writing a function that takes in an n x n matrix representing a magic square and returns True if the square is magic, and False otherwise. A magic square is a square matrix in which the sum of the elements in each row, column, and diagonal is the same.