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Two Non-overlapping Triangles (Posted on 2016-11-27) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Choose six distinct points on a plane. Prove or disprove the statement: Unless five points are colinear then the points can be divided into two sets of three points which form non-overlapping triangles.

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