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1.how many non congruent right triangles with positive integer leg lengths have areas that are numerically equal to 3 times their perimeters?
2.a triangle with side lengths in the ratio 3:4:5 is inscribed in a circle of radius 3.what is the area of the triangle?
3.what is the area of the incircle of a triangle with side lengths 10065,6039 and 8052?
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