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Multicolor Problems ( Mathematical Conversations Part 1)  

Original Title  Multicolor Problems ( Mathematical Conversations Part 1) 
Author  E. B. Dynkin, V. A. Uspenskii 
Publication date 
1963 
Topics  mathematics, soviet, map problem, four colour problem, coloring with two colors, dual maps, five color problem, Euler’s theorem, coloring sphere with three colors, Volynskii’s theorem, networks, maps, hexagonal boards, history 
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Multicolor Problems is a translation of Part One of Mathematical Conversations by E. B. Dynkin and V. A. Uspenskii, which was published in the Russian series. Library of the Mathematics Circle. The originality of the exposition and the variety of the problems presented here make this booklet especially useful in stimulating an inventive approach to mathematics.
This booklet deals with several of the classical mapcoloring problems. The technique is one of developing an ordered presentation of problems and extensive solutions to them. A discussion of the famous fourcolor problem, which has puzzled mathematicians for nearly a century, is included.
The booklet is designed for the reader’s active participation, as the problems are carefully integrated with the text and should be solved in sequence. The reader should have a back ground of high school algebra and should also be acquainted with the method of mathematical induction.
E. B. DYNKIN, a Professor at Moscow State University, is an eminent mathematician and author, whose specialties are higher algebra, topology, and probability theory. V. A. USPENSKII, a Lecturer at Moscow State University, spe cializes in mathematical logic.

Multicolor Problems ( Mathematical Conversations Part 1)
 E. B. Dynkin, V. A. Uspenskii
Multicolor Problems ( Mathematical Conversations Part 1) Original Title Multicolor Problem
Multicolor Problems ( Mathematical Conversations Part 1)
 E. B. Dynkin, V. A. Uspenskii
Multicolor Problems ( Mathematical Conversations Part 1) Original Title Multicolor Problem