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6(b)). Theorem 8. There exist kite-triangulations that do not admit straight-line RAC drawings. Proof. Consider the graph H in Fig. 6(c). Triangle (u, a, z) and vertices v, x, y create the forbidden structure of Property 2. Hence, every kite-triangulation G containing H as a subgraph requires one bend in any RAC drawing. Planar graphs are a proper subset of straight-line RAC drawable graphs. , [3,18]), straight-line RAC drawings may require larger area, as shown in the following. Theorem 9. There exists an n-vertex kite-triangulation that requires Ω(n3 ) area in any straight-line grid RAC drawing.
B) A straight-line RAC drawing of G. Proof. Consider a triangulation G defined as follows (see Fig. 7(a)). Let C = (u1 , u2 , . . , un−4 , un−3 ) be a simple cycle, for some odd integer n. Insert a vertex un−2 inside C and connect it to ui , with i = 1, 2, . . , n − 3. Insert two vertices un−1 and un outside C. Connect un−1 to ui , with i = 1, 2, . . , n − 6 and to un−3 ; connect un to un−6 , un−5 , un−4 , un−3 , and un−1 . Let G be the kite-triangulation obtained from G by adding edges (ui , ui+2 ), for i = 1, 3, 5, .