# Triangle's possibility

**Geometry**Level 4

In a \(\displaystyle\triangle ABC\) with integral sides such that \(AB×AC=56\).Find the number of such triangles possible.

Note:\(AB=7,BC=4,AC=8\) and \(AB=8,BC=4,AC=7\) represent 2 different triangles.

In a \(\displaystyle\triangle ABC\) with integral sides such that \(AB×AC=56\).Find the number of such triangles possible.

Note:\(AB=7,BC=4,AC=8\) and \(AB=8,BC=4,AC=7\) represent 2 different triangles.

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