
Re: 4 colors problem
Posted:
Mar 5, 2014 11:42 AM


On Wednesday, March 5, 2014 10:25:57 AM UTC6, swtch...@gmail.com wrote: > The convention about a common point will go back to what it was originally  it is considered a borderline.
It's part of the hypotheses of the problem. If you drop the hypothesis, then a pie chart demonstrates that no finite number of colors may suffice when a common point alone is considered to be a common border. That is: drop the hypothesis, and the problem becomes a triviality with a negative answer. So what are you arguing about?
> > This makes bigger countries succeed for all odd numbers, fail for all even numbers.
This is nonsense.
> That's a success rate for 50% of all infinite cases.
This is nonsense.
> All that's needed is take the other 50% of all infinite cases that fail, and make it work.
What is needed is for you to get a clue.
> But one of the previous posts have proven beyond a doubt that for countries of equal size (or maybe even a little bigger but not bigger by two times or more), the theorem works 100% of all cases.
The only thing your previous posts have proven is that you don't know what you are talking about.
> Both proofs appear indisputably irrefutable.
You don't know what you are talking about.
> They both eagerly await constructive criticism.
The only constructive criticism here is to you: LEARN WHAT THE PROBLEM ACTUALLY IS BEFORE SHOOTING YOUR MOUTH OFF and wasting everyone's time, including your own.
 Arturo Magidin

