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 Area of a region on a map 2005-04-28 From Balachandar: Pl. find the attached map. 1. Can u pl. find out the total square are of WLMZ 2. Can u pl .find out the total square are of WXYZ -- { A } 3. Can u pl .find out the total square are of XLMY -- { B } Pl .help me to find out the above. .....Answered by Chris Fisher and Penny Nom. The four colour theorem 2002-10-27 From Rhonda:is there an actual equation for the four colour map theorem??? i cannot find it anywhere!! if so can you give a breif description on how it works!! Answered by Penny Nom. Maple trees and pine trees 2002-01-06 From A student:A team of scientists found that in a forest there was four maple trees for every nine pine trees.How many maple were there if they counted 45 more pine than maples?Answered by Penny Nom. The scale on a map 2000-10-21 From Caroline:On a map scale of 1:15000 the distance between two buildings is 31.4cm what is the actual distance in km.Answered by Penny Nom. 4 Color map Theorem 2000-06-02 From Rick Slen:I am challenging my students to find a map that can not be coloured using only 4 colours. I know that it is not possible, but one boy drew a map with a "country" totally surrounding all the others so of course it touched all other colours. How do I explain that this type of map is not permissable?Answered by Denis Hanson.

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