Okay, I had this in my head for a while, and I just now decided to post it.

Let's say you have a side, \[a\].

If it's odd, the second side is \(\frac{a^{ 2 } - 1}{2} = b\)

else the second side is \(\frac{a^{ 2 } - 4}{4} = b\)

The third side is \[\sqrt{(a^{2} + b^{2})}\]

I've personally found nothing to disprove this, please post anything if you have disproved it. ((No negative numbers or zero guys, even though the formulas won't break if you do it.))

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