The world of science has witnessed a revolutionary development in the fields of mathematics and physics. Exactly 243 years ago, a puzzle posed by the famous mathematician Leonhard Euler and considered 'unsolvable' was solved with the help of modern quantum physics. This puzzle, known as Euler's '36 Officers' problem, had occupied mathematicians for many years and no solution could be found.
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A new study using the phenomenon of quantum entanglement has revealed the solution to this old puzzle.
Euler's problem was an arrangement puzzle of 36 officers arranged according to certain rules, each of which had to be of different ranks and from different regiments.
This discovery is not only a solution to a mathematical problem, but is also of great importance for the practical applications of quantum mechanics.