The four color problem gets a sharp new hue
Geplaatst op 07 maart 2009 - 14:45
Mathematicians find new answers to the still puzzling theorem that four colors suffice to color any map.
In 1852, botanist Francis Guthrie noticed something peculiar as he was coloring a map of counties in England. Despite the counties’ meandering shapes and varied configurations, four colors were all he needed to shade the map so that any two bordering counties were different colors. Perhaps, he speculated, four colors were enough for any map.
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