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 A186434 Number of isosceles triangles that can be formed from the n^2 points of n X n grid of points (or geoboard). 18
 0, 4, 36, 148, 444, 1064, 2200, 4024, 6976, 11284, 17396, 25620, 36812, 51216, 69672, 92656, 121392, 156092, 198364, 248292, 307988, 377816, 459072, 552216, 660704, 784076, 924340, 1082228, 1261132, 1460408, 1684464, 1931800, 2208368 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS This counts triples of distinct points A,B,C such that A,B,C are the vertices of an isosceles triangle with nonzero area. It would be nice to have a formula. - N. J. A. Sloane, Apr 22 2016 Place all bounding boxes of A279413 that will fit into the n X n grid in all possible positions, and the proper rectangles in two orientations: a(n) = sum(i=1..n, sum(j=1..i, k * (n-i+1) * (n-j+1) * A279413(i,j) where k=1 when i=j and k=2 otherwise. Lars Blomberg, Feb 20 2017 LINKS Lars Blomberg, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..10000 (the first 67 terms from Nathaniel Johnston) Barile, Margherita: MathWorld -- Geoboard. Nathaniel Johnston, C program for computing terms MAPLE with(linalg): IsTriangle:=proc(points) local a, b, c; a:=points[3]-points[2]: b:=points[3]-points[1]: c:=points[2]-points[1]: if evalf(norm(a, 2)+norm(b, 2))>evalf(norm(c, 2)) and evalf(norm(a, 2)+norm(c, 2))>evalf(norm(b, 2)) and evalf(norm(b, 2)+norm(c, 2))>evalf(norm(a, 2)) then true: else false: fi: end: IsIsoscelesTriangle:=proc(points) local a, b, c; a:=points[3]-points[2]: b:=points[3]-points[1]: c:=points[2]-points[1]: if IsTriangle(points) then if norm(a, 2)=norm(b, 2) or norm(a, 2)=norm(c, 2) or norm(b, 2)=norm(c, 2) then true: else false: fi: else false: fi; end: a:=proc(n) local P, TriangleSet, i, j, a, b, c; P:=[]: for i from 0 to n do for j from 0 to n do P:=[op(P), [i, j]]: od; od; TriangleSet:={}: for a from 1 to nops(P) do for b from a+1 to nops(P) do for c from b+1 to nops(P) do if IsIsoscelesTriangle([P[a], P[b], P[c]]) then TriangleSet:={op(TriangleSet), [P[a], P[b], P[c]]}; fi; od; od; od; return(nops(TriangleSet)): end: CROSSREFS Cf. A045996, A077435, A187452, A189416, A271910-A271913, A271915, A279413, A279414. Dividing by 4 gives A271908. Sequence in context: A069053 A193282 A192217 * A270989 A272557 A276295 Adjacent sequences: A186431 A186432 A186433 * A186435 A186436 A186437 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Martin Renner, Apr 10 2011, Apr 13 2011 EXTENSIONS a(10) - a(33) from Nathaniel Johnston, Apr 25 2011 STATUS approved

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