Turán Numbers for 3-Uniform Linear Paths of Length 3

@article{Jackowska2016TurnNF,
  title={Tur{\'a}n Numbers for 3-Uniform Linear Paths of Length 3},
  author={Eliza Jackowska and Joanna Polcyn and Andrzej Rucinski},
  journal={Electron. J. Comb.},
  year={2016},
  volume={23},
  pages={2}
}
In this paper we confirm a conjecture of F\"uredi, Jiang, and Seiver, and determine an exact formula for the Tur\'an number $ex_3(n; P_3^3)$ of the 3-uniform linear path $P^3_3$ of length 3, valid for all $n$. It coincides with the analogous formula for the 3-uniform triangle $C^3_3$, obtained earlier by Frankl and F\"uredi for $n\ge 75$ and Cs\'ak\'any and Kahn for all $n$. In view of this coincidence, we also determine a `conditional' Tur\'an number, defined as the maximum number of edges in… 
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