I have five stacks of three blocks. I can join two stacks together, or split a stack.
How many splits and joins do I need to do to end up with three stacks of five blocks?


My real question is: for A stacks of B blocks into B stacks of A blocks, is it ever the case that the strategy that minimises joins is not the same as the strategy that minimises splits?

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