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Let $A$ be a finite set of unit squares in the coordinate plane, each of which has vertices at integer points. Show that there exists a subset $B$ of $A$ consisting of at least $1 / 4$ of the squares in $A$ such that no two distinct squares in $B$ have a common vertex.
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