# The Ramsey Number of Fano Plane Versus Tight Path

### Abstract

The hypergraph Ramsey number of two $3$-uniform hypergraphs $G$ and $H$, denoted by $R(G,H)$, is the least integer~$N$ such that every red-blue edge-coloring of the complete $3$-uniform hypergraph on $N$ vertices contains a red copy of $G$ or a blue copy of $H$.

The Fano plane $\mathbb{F}$ is the unique 3-uniform hypergraph with seven edges on seven vertices in which every pair of vertices is contained in a unique edge. There is a simple construction showing that $R(H,\mathbb{F}) \ge 2(v(H)-1) + 1.$ Hypergraphs $H$ for which the equality holds are called $\mathbb{F}$-good. Conlon asked to determine all $H$ that are $\mathbb{F}$-good.

In this short paper we make progress on this problem and prove that the tight path of length $n$ is $\mathbb{F}$-good.