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Four Color Theorem :

By: Sebastian and Pierce Four Color Theorem

What is it?:

What is it? The Four color theorem states that any given separation of a plane into contiguous regions, producing a figure named a map, no more than four colors are required to color the regions of the map so that no two adjacent regions have the same color. Its mainly used for political maps.

Proof:

Proof It was until 1976 that the Four color theorem was proved to be true. With the help of computers. This is the formula for the four color theorem.

False Disproof's :

False Disproof's The four color theorem has been notorious for attracting a large number of false proofs and disproof's in its history Generally, the simplest, though invalid, examples attempt to create one region which touches all other regions. This forces the remaining regions to be colored with only three colors.

PowerPoint Presentation:

This is a incorrect example of a Four color theorem because there is 5 colors This is a correct example of a four color theorem

Other Examples:

Other Examples Fun Fact The Google Chrome symbol is a Four color map!

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