Solved in 10 moves including "Add a comment" and "Add Comment" buttons at the start and end
I was muddling around in the "inspect element" for way too long trying to find something I could use in the html.
The answer is
Starting the main plane:
Retriving the refuelers:
Recieving the plane:
The final stretch:
I apologise this is really confusing to read. I will try to make an animation soon, but I am very busy with school atm.
Here's how you can do this:
This works with probability 1:
¹ "almost surely" is a mathematical term meaning "the probability is 100%, but there may still be possibilities that violate this". For instance, if you flip a coin infinitely many times, you will almost surely get a heads. The sequence "tails-tails-tails-..." still ...
After recalculating the table I believe that there is a winning strategy for A, as follows:
A chooses 1 first and ends up winning by 1 point.
See Tables below showing the way an optimal game could progress. Spoiler space added as I cant work out how to hide a table.
An optimal game would progress as follows (Asc and Bsc are the scores for A and B after ...
Here is my intuition on it, which is not mathematically rigorous.
As stated by Hint 2, running between 2 columns of zombies can't be done infinitly as zombies get too close to us after some distance. Yet it seems a good starting point. Let's consider we get to point 50, 50 and then run upwards (between the 2 columns of zombies). We will ...
hexomino's answer nicely resolves the question as asked (and, Hemant, if you're in any doubt as to which answer you should accept I think it should be hexomino's). I did some computer brute-forcing which suggests a general pattern. Suppose there are $r$ rows and $c$ columns; then the final score with best play is:
Let's prove this. The approach will be ...