Before I "lose" my solution(!) :
Triangle ABC: a = BC, b = AC, c = AB (c > b > a)Code:C B 20 E 15 D 20 F 64 A
CD bisects angle ACB, then CE bisects angle BCD and CF bisects angle ACD.
d = CD, e = CE and f = CF.
a = 40, b = 96, c = 119, d = 30, e = 30, f = 40.
The bisectors divide base AB in integer lengths as shown: 20 + 15 + 20 + 64 = 119.
This is the lowest primitive case of these, lowest being determined by side BC.
What is the next primitive case?
HINT: a <> f and d <> e.
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