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by Brian Gladman on November 11, 2012

Sunday Times Teaser 2616 – Elevenses

by H. Bradley and C. Higgins

In two similar triangles, the sides of the larger triangle are each even integers and are each 22 times those of the corresponding sides of the smaller triangle.

For both triangles individually, the digits used in the lengths of their sides were all different and all non-zero.

What are the sides of the smaller triangle?

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