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Topic: Discrete Math
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Angela Richardson

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Re: Discrete Math
Posted: Apr 24, 2013 10:28 AM
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Hint: Prove that, if an edge region is coloured red first, then none of the regions touching it are touching each other, so they can be coloured green, and again none of the regions touching the green are touching each other and they can be coloured red etc. 




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Subject: Discrete Math


Any help with this question would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.



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