My logic tells me to find the shape that has the
most other shapes touching it. If a shape is bordered
by five other shapes then I assume you would need
six colors. Am I wrong ?
Woody, Retired in Albuquerque
K A wrote:
> Hello ~
> We have some new math standards in elementary school
> in Arizona that have to do with color mapping
> (completely coloring all shapes in a picture so that
> the same color doesn't touch itself, unless it's at
> the corner of a shape).