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Let’s work backwards, using this notation. f(High mistakes, Lowmistakes) With f(1,0) you obviously have to choose the highest number, and only have one guess left, so 2 is the maximum. f(0,1) also equals 2.

In the case of f(1,1) it is symmetric so you pick the number in the center and it simplifies to one of the 2 above cases, meaning you add up both of those plus the number you pick → f(0,1) + f(1,0) + 1=5.

f(2,1) follows a similar line of reasoning, and you must pick between f(1,1) and f(2,0). The latter clearly equals 3 and the former 5, so 5 + 3 + 1 = 8.

Finally, f(2,2) must be f(2,1) + f(1,2) + 1=8 + 8 + 1=17.

///Lebossle is the only one who ever solves these things. Get with the program, everyone else!