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    This is hard to explain via text, I will simply redirect you to the following page: Nim Sum from Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles

    I hope this answers or will help answering your question.
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    hi, thanks, its the same case i see but just the rows are going from the top to bottom, whilst mine are going from the bottom upwards.

    how am i meant to prove the conjecture that they are using? they have not included that, and written at the bottom to "Prove the above Proposition."
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