Four Color Theorem

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This simple question has resulted in much mathematical difficulty, particularly
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Four Color

Four coloring and graph representation of the United States.


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How many colors are needed to color the territories of a map, if all the territories that share a border must be of different colors?

This simple question has resulted in much mathematical difficulty, particularly





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