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Some questions regarding this:

(a) Why would you start with fresh if in dynamic programming you start backwards? Surely you'd start from canned?

(b) What would state, action and destination mean in each case?
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(a) Why would you start with fresh if in dynamic programming you start backwards? Surely you'd start from canned?
As no one else has responded.

You start by working forwards to find the optimal solution, and then work backwards to find how you got there.

(b) What would state, action and destination mean in each case?
My opinion differs from the solutions I've seen on the 'net, but I'm no expert.

IMO, state is the number of carrots allocated/processed so far, action is the number you're going to process at this stage, and destination, the new number that will have been processed - but I could be wrong on that.
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