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    An acute-angled triangle

    An acute-angled triangle has sides a, b, c and area t. The sides satisfy the equality abc=a+b+c. How can I prove, that
    1< t \leq \frac{3 \cdot \sqrt{3}}{4}
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabor7896 View Post
    An acute-angled triangle has sides a, b, c and area t. The sides satisfy the equality abc=a+b+c. How can I prove, that
    1< t \leq \frac{3 \cdot \sqrt{3}}{4}
    You will find some hints in this thread.
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