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 A289155 Smallest area of triangle with integer sides and area = n times perimeter. 5
 24, 84, 192, 336, 540, 756, 1134, 1344, 1710, 2100, 2640, 3000, 4056, 4116, 4680, 5376, 6936, 6804, 8664, 8400, 9240, 10164, 12696, 12000, 13500, 14196, 15390, 16296, 20184, 18720, 23064, 21504, 23232, 24276, 26040, 27000, 32856, 30324 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 LINKS Ray Chandler, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..5000 (first 300 terms from Zhining Yang) FORMULA a(n) = A120572(2n). - Ray Chandler, Jul 27 2017 EXAMPLE For n = 4, a(4)=336 means for the smallest triangle (a,b,c) = (26,28,30), the area is 336, which is 4 times the perimeter 84. PROG (PARI) for(k=1, 50, n=0; A=10^9; d=4*k^2; e=3*d; for(b=1, sqrt(e), for (c=2*k, e/b, if(b*c>d&&c>=b, f = (b + c)*d / (b * c - d); if(f>=c, a=floor(f); if(a==f, n++; s=2*(a+b+c)*k; if(s

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