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Topic: A Simple Proof of The Four Color Theorem
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A Simple Proof of The Four Color Theorem
Posted: Jul 1, 2013 7:41 PM
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Kempe's method was accepted as proof of the FCT until Heawood created his counter-example.

Suppose thatnthere was a simple way to 4-color Heawood's graph without
worrying about the problem of "tangled chains"? Would that be sufficient
for a proof?

regards,

bill



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