# The American Mathematical Monthly

 Random Link ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Aug 2, 2021 » Misconstructions and Misconceptions 1 min; updated Sep 2, 2021 A collection of instances in which I believed something that wasn’t true. A reminder to read not to believe, but to weigh and consider . The Four Color Theorem does not claim that 4 colors suffice to color a planar map. Instead, 4 colors are sufficient to color any planar graph so that no two vertices connected by an edge are colored with the same color. For any $$n$$, there is a map that requires at least $$n$$ colors....