For the above:

Note that C is not considered adjacent to D...

And there are a few solutions to the above, but we can add extra conditions such as A!=B, because A and B are adjacent and so on until we get down to one solution...

Now we can use a map of these complex numbers to color values by putting a color wheel on the complex plane:

And use that as a key to fill in the colors:

In this case it gave 5 colors not 4 as for the famous 4 color theorem, but I still think it's an interesting process...

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