

A269156


Smallest sum of length of edges and diagonals of an integer polygon with n vertices.


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3,1


COMMENTS

An integer polygon is a convex polygon such that the distance between every pair of vertices is an integer (in some length units).


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EXAMPLE

An equilateral triangle with sides of length 1 has the smallest perimeter. Hence a(3)=3.
The integer quadrilateral with the smallest sum of lengths of edges and diagonals is a trapezium with bases of length 3 and 4, legs of length 2 and diagonals of length 4. Hence a(4)=19.


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KEYWORD

nonn,more


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STATUS

approved



