What is pigeonhole principle?

The word ‘pigeonhole’ literally refers to the shelves in the form of square boxes or holes that. were utilized to place pigeons earliar in the United States. In mathematics, there is simply a concept, inspired by such pigeonholes, known as pigeonhole principle which was introduced in 1834 by a German mathematician Peter Gustav Lejeune Dirichlet.

On his name, this principle is also termed as Dirichlet principle Pigeonhole principle roughly states that if there are few boxes available; also, there are few objects that are greater than the total number of boxes as well as one needs to place objects in the given boxes, then at least one box must contain more than one such objects In this page below, we shall go ahead as well as learn about pigeonhole principle as well as its applications .

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