The following problem was raised in the 1993 Miklós Schweitzer Mathematical Contest (see ). Let E be any connected set in the plane of diameter greater than 4, and let Z1, Z2, …, be any sequence of points on the plane. Then there is a point X ε E for which infinitely many of the products X¯Z¯1 · X¯Z¯n are greater than 1. Furthermore, the same is not necessarily true if the diameter of E is 4.
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