# Example of non-uniqueness of the extreme distribution of n=16 particles on the surface of a sphere.

The number of particles on the surface of the sphere is the same. They are placed according to the

*maximum***Distance Sum***. The "***principle****" of this distribution is the***measure***p**-**. Here, using the example n=16, it is shown, that there are at least two such***average distance between these particles*on the unit sphere**extreme distributions**:**p1**= 1.408 486 535 365 533;**p2**= 1.408 492 668 681 228. These two distributions are obtained here by a different choice of initial settings-distributions for a further iterative procedure.## Images: Variant 1

**p1**=1.408 486 535 365 533; Σ

_{1}=8, Σ

_{2}=8, Σ

_{3}=16, Σ

_{4}=8

**p2**=1.408 492 668 681 228; Σ

_{1}=6, Σ

_{2}=12, Σ

_{3}=12, Σ

_{4}=12

## Images: Variant 2

**p1**=1.408 486 535 365 533; Σ

_{1}=8, Σ

_{2}=8, Σ

_{3}=16, Σ

_{4}=8

**p2**=1.408 492 668 681 228; Σ

_{1}=6, Σ

_{2}=12, Σ

_{3}=12, Σ

_{4}=12

## Coloring the edges and faces of a polyhedron and its dual image. Variant1

## Coloring the edges and faces of a polyhedron and its dual image. Variant2

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