An integral polytope is a polytope whose vertices have integer coordinates. A unimodular triangulation of an integral polytope in \$\mathbb R^d\$ is a triangulation in which all simplices are integral with volume \$1/d!\$. A classic result of Kempf, Mumford, and Waterman states that for every integral polytope \$P\$, there exists a positive integer \$c\$ such that \$cP\$ has a unimodular triangulation. We strengthen this result by showing that for every integral polytope \$P\$, there exists \$c\$ such that for every positive integer \$c' \ge c\$, \$c'P\$ admits a unimodular triangulation.
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