

A070106


Number of integer triangles with perimeter n which are obtuse and isosceles.


5



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OFFSET

1,31


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EXAMPLE

For n=11 there are A005044(11)=4 integer triangles: [1,5,5], [2,4,5], [3,3,5] and [3,4,4]; only one of the two obtuses ([2,4,5] and [3,3,5]) is also isosceles; therefore a(11)=1.


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KEYWORD

nonn


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STATUS

approved



