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Mongols congregate into hordes as seen in figure a.
Mongols live in an environment mostly devoid of trees - thus wood is an important asset for them.  The collecting (hoarding) of wood in easily transportable forms (boards) follows, as lemma 3.
Choice of activity at any time can be approximated by a MarkovChain? (figure 4) - note the 'bored' state when no pressing outside concerns impinge upon the thought processes - this leads to an exaggeration of internally driven behaviour (hording, hoarding and looting)
Discovering how many boards the mongol horde would hoard, if the mongol horde got bored is left as an ExerciseForTheReader.



Most examples of problems left as an ExerciseForTheReader are considered, by the writer at least, trivial.



CategoryPending, CategoryKitten, CategoryWrySadism
SeeAlso Boredom

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