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Can you put six points on the plane, so that the distance between any two of them is an integer, and no three are collinear?

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No, I cannot (do I win?)

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Can you put six points on the plane, so that the distance between any two of them is an integer, and no three are collinear?

These 6 coordinates work:

(-7225, 0)
(7225, 0)
(-4025, 6000)
(4025, 6000)
(-2023, 6936)
(2023, 6936)
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How about seven points?

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