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Sastry's Evil Bisectors (Posted on 2005-03-04) Difficulty: 5 of 5
Prove that if a right triangle has all sides of integral length, then it has at most one angle bisector of integral length.

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Bisector of the Right AngleRichard2005-03-14 01:53:42
SolutionProduct in terms of a,b,c onlyRichard2005-03-12 19:49:06
re: Jer's arithmetic needs work...Jer2005-03-07 12:13:59
ProductRichard2005-03-05 09:00:49
ThoughtsDavid Shin2005-03-05 06:53:25
Ignoring that casevertigo2005-03-04 22:21:08
The question is wrong.vertigo2005-03-04 19:36:09
Jer's arithmetic needs work...vertigo2005-03-04 19:15:46
Misread the questionJer2005-03-04 18:52:45
Doesn't seem to work.Jer2005-03-04 18:50:00
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