Problem Solvers: Coloring Maps: How Many Colors Are Necessary? And Solutions to the Knights in Armor Problem

Editor: Mark Ellis and Cathery Yeh

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Where he prepares teachers of middle school mathematics and works with local classroom teachers in creating learning environments that support sense-making in mathematics

Each month, this section of the “Problem Solvers” department features a new problem for students. Readers are encouraged to submit problems to the editors to be considered for future “Problem Solvers” columns. Receipt of problems will not be acknowledged; however, problems selected for publication will be credited to the author.

Joyce Bishop, jdbishop@eiu.edu, teaches in the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL 61920.

Edited by Sheryl Stump, sstump@bsu.edu, who teaches in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Ball State University, Muncie, IN 47306-0409. Each month, this section of the “Problem Solvers” department discusses the classroom results of using problems presented in previous issues of Teaching Children Mathematics.

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