The tiling theorem for n=2

For n=2, the tiling theorem states that if a country is divided into sufficiently small provinces, then there necessarily exist points at which at least three provinces come together. Here these provinces may have entirely arbitrary shapes; in particular, they need not even be connected; each one may consist of several pieces.

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