Math Challenge Problem
The Math Challenge problem has returned to UNC's School of Mathematical Sciences! This is a problem that everyone is welcomed to try their hand at. New problems twice a month.
April Challenge 2
Suppose you take a cube and label one of its vertices with a 1, and all the other vertices with a 0. You may now change the numbers on the vertices by picking any edge of the cube and adding one to the labels of its two endpoints.
The Challenge: Will there every be a configuration where all the labels are even? Will there every be a configuration where all the labels are divisible by 3?
Submit solutions to Ross 2239G or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: Friday, May 2
Win PRIZES! A winner will be randomly selected from all correct answers received for each challenge problem to receive a fun math prize of his or her choice.
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