OFFSET

1,1

COMMENTS

Kurz's paper reports the first 10 values in a table on page 193, but for some reason the areas are multiplied by 4 (A204559) and the last two values are incorrect since correspond to n-tuples which are not minimal.

If n-tuples were sorted by area instead, a(2) would have been 168, corresponding to triangles (10, 35, 39), (14, 30, 40) with common perimeter 84.

LINKS

Sascha Kurz, On the generation of Heronian triangles, Serdica Journal of Computing Vol. 2 (2008), 181-196.

Giovanni Resta, n-tuples for n=1..12

EXAMPLE

The first 3 entries and corresponding triangles:

a(1) = A = 6, p = 12, T = (3, 4, 5);

a(2) = A = 210, p = 70, T = (17, 25, 28), (20, 21, 29);

a(3) = A = 420, p = 98, T = (24, 37, 37), (25, 34, 39), (29, 29, 40).

CROSSREFS

KEYWORD

nonn

AUTHOR

Giovanni Resta, Apr 21 2020

STATUS

approved