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  • Book

    Appel, K. I. and Haken, W.

    Every planar map is four colorable

    1989 - American mathematical Society - Providence (R.I.)

    In-text: (Appel and Haken)

    Your Bibliography: Appel, Kenneth I, and Wolfgang Haken. Every Planar Map Is Four Colorable. Providence (R.I.): American mathematical Society, 1989. Print.

  • Journal

    G, F.

    Tinting Maps

    1854 - The Athenaeum

    In-text: (G 726)

    Your Bibliography: G, F. "Tinting Maps." The Athenaeum 1389 (1854): 726. Print.

  • Journal

    Gonthier, G.

    Formal Proof; The Four-Color Theorem

    2008 - Notices of the AMS

    In-text: (Gonthier 1382-1393)

    Your Bibliography: Gonthier, Georges. "Formal Proof; The Four-Color Theorem." Notices of the AMS 55.11 (2008): 1382-1393. Print.

  • Journal

    Kempe, A. B.

    On the Geographical Problem of the Four Colours

    1879 - American Journal of Mathematics

    In-text: (Kempe 193-200)

    Your Bibliography: Kempe, A. B. "On The Geographical Problem Of The Four Colours." American Journal of Mathematics 2.3 (1879): 193-200. Print.

  • Book

    MacKenzie, D. A.

    Mechanizing Proof: Computing, Risk, and Trust (Inside technology)

    2001 - MIT Press

    In-text: (MacKenzie 103)

    Your Bibliography: MacKenzie, Donald A. Mechanizing Proof: Computing, Risk, And Trust (Inside Technology). MIT Press, 2001. Print.

  • Journal

    Sipka, T.

    Alfred Bray Kempe's “Proof” of the Four-Color Theorem

    2002 - Math Horizons

    In-text: (Sipka 21-26)

    Your Bibliography: Sipka, Timothy. "Alfred Bray Kempe's “Proof” Of The Four-Color Theorem." Math Horizons 10.2 (2002): 21-26. Web.

  • Book

    Wilson, R. J. and Wilson, R. J.

    Four colors suffice

    2014 - Princeton University Press - Princeton, N.J.

    In-text: (Wilson and Wilson)

    Your Bibliography: Wilson, Robin J, and Robin J Wilson. Four Colors Suffice. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2014. Print.

  • Journal

    Yazdanbakhsh, M.

    Allergy, Parasites, and the Hygiene Hypothesis

    2002 - Science

    In-text: (Yazdanbakhsh 490-494)

    Your Bibliography: Yazdanbakhsh, M. "Allergy, Parasites, And The Hygiene Hypothesis." Science 296.5567 (2002): 490-494. Web.

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