This is a problem from Project Euler, problem 94. The problem asks about isosceles triangles with integer sides (differing by 1 unit, e.g, 5-5-6) and integer area, which are known to be Heronian ...
Just for fun read few problems on the projeteuler.net website. Number 276 found interesting: Consider the triangles with integer sides a, b and c with a ≤ b ≤ c. An integer sided triangle ...
I am working on Project Euler Problem 102 and I thought I had a solution, but it seems I do not. Now, don't give me the solution. I know I'm on the right track. What I want to know is why my method ...