13-Aug-1995
## Unsolved Problem 33:

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Is there a constant, A, such that any set in the plane
of area A must contain the vertices of a
triangle with area 1?

## Reference:

- [Croft 1991]
- Hallard T. Croft, Kenneth J. Falconer, and Richard K. Guy,
Unsolved Problems in Geometry.
Springer-Verlag. New York: 1991.
Page 182.

Unit Triangles in a Given Area

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