

A120062


Number of triangles with integer sides a<=b<c having integer inradius n.


23



1, 5, 13, 18, 15, 45, 24, 45, 51, 52, 26, 139, 31, 80, 110, 89, 33, 184, 34, 145, 185, 103, 42, 312, 65, 96, 140, 225, 36, 379, 46, 169, 211, 116, 173, 498, 38, 123, 210, 328, 44, 560, 60, 280, 382, 134, 64, 592, 116, 228, 230, 271, 47, 452, 229, 510, 276, 134, 54
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OFFSET

1,2


COMMENTS

It is conjectured that the longest possible side c of a triangle with integer sides and inradius n is given by A057721(n)=n^4+3*n^2+1.
For n >= 1, a(n) >= 1 because triangle (a, b, c) = (n^2+2, n^4+2n^2+1, n^4+3n^2+1) has inradius n.  David W. Wilson, Jun 17 2006


LINKS

David W. Wilson, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..10000
Thomas Mautsch, Additional terms


FORMULA

The even numbered terms are given by a(2*n)=A007237(n).
a(n) = sum_{k:kn} A120252(k)


EXAMPLE

a(1)=1: {3,4,5} is the only triangle with integer sides and inradius 1.
a(2)=5: {5,12,13}, {6,8,10}, {6,25,29}, {7,15,20}, {9,10,17} are the only triangles with integer sides and inradius 2.
a(4)=A120252(1)+A120252(2)+A120252(4)=1+4+13 because 1, 2 and 4 are the factors of 4. The 1 primitive triangle with inradius n=1 is (3,4,5). The 4 primitive triangles with n=2 are (5,12,13), (9,10,17), (7,15,20), (6,25,29). The 13 primitive triangles with n=4 are (13,14,15), (15,15,24), (11,25,30), (15,26,37), (10,35,39), (9,40,41), (33,34,65), (25,51,74), (9,75,78), (11,90,97), (21,85,104), (19,153,170), (18,289,305). (Primitive means GCD(a, b, c, n)=1)


CROSSREFS

Cf. A078644 [Pythagorean triangles with inradius n], A057721 [n^4+3*n^2+1].
Let S(n) be the set of triangles with integer sides a<=b<=c and inradius n. Then:
A120062(n) gives number of triangles in S(n).
A120261(n) gives number of triangles in S(n) with gcd(a, b, c) = 1.
A120252(n) gives number of triangles in S(n) with gcd(a, b, c, n) = 1.
A005408(n) = 2n+1 gives shortest short side a of triangles in S(n).
A120064(n) gives shortest middle side b of triangles in S(n).
A120063(n) gives shortest long side c of triangles in S(n).
A120570(n) gives shortest perimeter of triangles in S(n).
A120572(n) gives smallest area of triangles in S(n).
A058331(n) = 2n^2+1 gives longest short side a of triangles in S(n).
A082044(n) = n^4+2n^2+1 gives longest middle side b of triangles in S(n).
A057721(n) = n^4+3n^2+1 gives longest long side c of triangles in S(n).
A120571(n) = 2n^4+6n^2+4 gives longest perimeter of triangles in S(n).
A120573(n) = gives largest area of triangles in S(n).
Cf. A120252 [primitive triangles with integer inradius], A120063 [minimum of longest sides], A057721 [maximum of longest sides], A120064 [minimum of middle sides], A082044 [maximum of middle sides], A005408 [minimum of shortest sides], A058331 [maximum of shortest sides], A007237 [number of triangles with integer sides and area = n times perimeter].
Sequence in context: A051900 A275800 A294136 * A081769 A188030 A101864
Adjacent sequences: A120059 A120060 A120061 * A120063 A120064 A120065


KEYWORD

nonn,look


AUTHOR

Hugo Pfoertner, Jun 11 2006


EXTENSIONS

More terms from Graeme McRae and Hugo Pfoertner, Jun 12 2006


STATUS

approved



