Find the minimum area of a triangle whose sides and altitudes are six different integers.
(In reply to re: Computer Solution
by Dej Mar)
That would be assuming a right triangle; however, this can't be a right triangle, as then two of the altitudes would be equal to two of the legs (sides). According to the puzzle, all 6 numbers (sides and altitudes) are different.
Posted by Charlie
on 2008-07-30 18:47:01