Let $n$ lines in the plane be given such that no two of them are parallel and no three of them have a common point. We want to choose the direction on every line so that the following holds: if we go along any line in its direction and put numbers from 1 to $n-1$ on the intersection points then no two equal numbers appear at the same point. For which numbers $n$ is it possible?
My guess is that, we cannot do it iff when $n$ is even. For the case $n$ is even, I think we should find a point $p$ of intersection of two lines which lies in the middle of two lines (for each of them half of the intersection points in one side of p and the others on the other side of p)