The Tower of Hanoi problem is often solved using a recursive algorithm, which is a natural way to express the problem. Here is an example of how to solve the Tower of Hanoi problem using a recursive algorithm in Python:

```
def tower_of_hanoi(n, source, dest, temp):
if n == 1:
print("Move disk 1 from source", source, "to destination", dest)
return
tower_of_hanoi(n-1, source, temp, dest)
print("Move disk", n, "from source", source, "to destination", dest)
tower_of_hanoi(n-1, temp, dest, source)
```

Here, `n`

represents the number of disks, `source`

represents the starting peg, `dest`

represents the destination peg, and `temp`

represents the temporary buffer peg.

The base case of the recursion is when `n`

is equal to 1. In this case, we simply move the top disk from the `source`

peg to the `dest`

peg and return.

If `n`

is greater than 1, we first recursively move the top `n-1`

disks from the `source`

peg to the `temp`

peg, using the `dest`

peg as a temporary buffer. Then, we move the `n`

-th disk from the `source`

peg to the `dest`

peg. Finally, we recursively move the `n-1`

disks from the `temp`

peg to the `dest`

peg, using the `source`

peg as a temporary buffer.

To use this function, simply call `tower_of_hanoi(n, source, dest, temp)`

with the appropriate values for `n`

, `source`

, `dest`

, and `temp`

. The function will print out a sequence of moves that will solve the Tower of Hanoi problem for the given number of disks.

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