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- Apr 14, 2013

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I am looking at an exercise that is formulated as follows:

Finite number k of squares on a circular route. The whole fuel in all is enough for 1 circle.

Show that there is a way to integrate the circle however the squares and the fuel are distributed.

There is also the following picture:

I haven't really understood the exercise statement. Could you explain that to me? What exactly do I have to show?