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quasi

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Re: cotpi 69 - Black and white plane
Posted: Oct 2, 2013 10:32 PM
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quasi wrote:
>Haran Pilpel wrote:
>>quasi wrote:
>>

>>> Does there exist a 2-coloring of Q^2 such that no two points
>>> of Q^2 which are 1 unit apart have the same color?

>>
>>Yes. This is a result of Woodall from 1973. ("Distances
>>realized by sets covering the plane.")

>
>Nice result.
>
>Here's an immediate corollary ...
>
>Corollary:
>
>If a closed piecewise-linear path consists of n unit-length
>segments with rational endpoints, then n is even.
>
>Some followup questions ...
>
>For each positive integer n, let
>
>D_n be the disk in Q^2, centered at the origin, with radius n.
>
>E_n be the set of possible terminal points of piecewise-linear
>paths, which start at the origin and consist of k unit-length
>segments, where 0 <= k <= n.


I meant:

E_n be the set of possible terminal points of piecewise-linear
paths in Q^2, which start at the origin and consist of k
unit-length segments, where 0 <= k <= n.

>Question (1): Is it true that, for sufficiently large n,
>E_n = D_n?
>
>If the answer to question (1) is no, then
>
>Question (2): Is it true that, for sufficiently large n,
>D_1 subset E_n?
>
>If the answer to question (2) is no, then
>
>Question (3): Is it true that, for sufficiently large n,
>(D_1 /\ E_n) = (D_1 /\ E_(n+1))?


quasi


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