In our growth of learning Mathematics, we can learn lots of number types in classes, such as positive numbers, odd numbers, even numbers, perfect squares, Fibonacci numbers, etc. We know some of them are in our minds stored because it is fascinating to play or memorize number sequences in our early school life. I play with numbers in my middle school days. We play with some sort of equation game to give the right answer to what the solution is another one has while we solve that certain equation. That way once we played a mapping puzzle game to reach the exit from where we started while playing some of the guys come up with different types of ways to reach the exit. I just wonder about how many ways are possible to reach. Then we sorted the issues about this we found a grid problem. In this problem, we learn about a new type of number named Catalan Numbers.
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