
Re: triangle with integer sides and angle bisectors
Posted:
May 22, 2012 3:53 PM


Try the triangle with sides 25,25,14.
Assuming I computed correctly.
You want an isosceles triangle which is a double of a Pythagorean triangle, where the half angle is again an angle of a Pythagorean triangle. Here the half angle is arctan(3/4).
Don Coppersmith

