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How would you do this? If there would 3 on each side? Is there a pattern that always works?

Aggie Game Day! Stadium Seat Swap KYLE FTELD Ten Aggies are heading to the Texas A&M football game. They get to the stadium and find their row of seats. Each row in the stadium has only 11 seats arranged in a single row. Five Aggies are on one side and five Aggies are on the other side with an empty seat between them. Each group of five decides they want to swap seats with the other. What is the minimum number of moves it would take for the five Aggies on one side to exchange places with the five Aggies on the other side? (You may only jump over one Aggie at a time and one Aggie can only be in a seat at a time.)
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