"Want to play chess?" Asks Andrew. "Sure!" Tali grins, "But we need a chessboard."
Before trying to draw a chessboard, we need to understand what a chessboard looks like. A chessboard consists of 64 small squares with alternating light and dark colors.
To solve a problem, we can first break it down into smaller manageable parts. Once we solve the smaller parts, we can then merge our solutions to solve the bigger problem. Let's draw a chessboard using this strategy.