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Guest Message by DevFuse
Smallest Consecutive Integer Triangle Possible
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Posted 11 March 2014 - 02:41 PM
Given a triangle whose three sides are consecutive integer values, and the area of which is divisible by 20, find the smallest possible side for which these conditions hold true:
two sides are odd numbers
at least one side is a prime number.
The added condition to my original problem gets into some cool number theory (if you go that route)
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