# Linear algebra

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Q.63. For each i,j ≥ 0, define P (i,j) as follows :

P (0,0) = 0, and , for (i,j) ≠ (0,0) , P(i,j) is the least integer ≥ 0 that is not equal to P (k,l) for any (k,l) with k < i and l = j , or with k = I and l < j.

Find P (2987,6592).

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