Yes, I

*do*feel a bit ridiculous for noticing this, much less for making a forum post about it~

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Not a clarification, per se, but there's an odd inconsistency in the grid near the point (4, 5).

Yes, I*do* feel a bit ridiculous for noticing this, much less for making a forum post about it~

Yes, I

Arrgh, cannot unsee this.

*Autistic screeching

*Autistic screeching

I don't seem to understand the problem. How is a path defined?

According to my understanding of the problem there are 36 paths between (0,0) and (3,4).

According to my understanding of the problem there are 36 paths between (0,0) and (3,4).

1. A path is a sequence of steps from start point(0, 0) to end point(W, H).

2. A step can be made from point A(a, b) to point B(a + x, b + y) if the distance between A and B is a Fibonacci number. Take a good look at the image in the problem to understand how a step can be made.

2. A step can be made from point A(a, b) to point B(a + x, b + y) if the distance between A and B is a Fibonacci number. Take a good look at the image in the problem to understand how a step can be made.

my friend key --> 990813_OZPwQtCjkD6KlvxirOoTSZxccMFsuw1L

Well, that is what I gathered, but still within the given constraints (x and y >= 0, so only going up and right) I don't see how you can come up with 278 paths

For a smaller example 2x2:
--> in Total 14

For the 3x4-Example there are the following combinations usable:

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For the 3x4-Example there are the following combinations usable:

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I get it, very stupid of me! tnx!