As a function of n, how many distinct (not congruent) integer-sided
triangles are there, such that their perimeter equals 10n?
n is an integer, and the answer we are looking for is an exact closed-form formula.
List of solvers:Dan Dima (1 April 22:35)
Mark Tilford (2 April 03:14)
Ross Millikan (2 April 05:11)
Hongcheng Zhu (2 April 20:52)
Bojan Bašić (5 April 06:17)
Sen Gu (10 April 13:54)
Slobodan Mitrović (14 April 03:01)
Aleksandar Ilic (14 April 04:11)
Itsik Horovitz (30 April 22:22)
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