A geometry problem by Neel Khare

Geometry Level 4

The sides of a triangle are in an arithmetic progression, and the greatest angle exceeds the least angle by 90 degrees.

If the sides of this triangle are in the ratio of \(\sqrt{m} + 1 : \sqrt m : \sqrt m - 1 \), find the value of \(m^2-45\).

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