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There is still confusion about the correct form of the area law for the baryonic Wilson loop (BWL) of QCD. Strong-coupling (i.e., finite lattice spacing in lattice gauge theory) approximations suggest the form [-KA_Y], where K is the qq̅ string tension and A_Y is the global minimum area, generically a three-bladed area with the blades joined along a Steiner line (Y configuration). However, the correct answer is [-(K/2)(A_12+A_13+A_23)], where, e.g., A_12 is the minimal area between quark linesdoi:10.1103/physrevd.54.6527 pmid:10020654 fatcat:l4oihsl5urhdppctqsqibcziq4