An easier solution of a Diophantine problem about triangles, in which those lines from the vertices which bisect the opposite sides may be expressed rationally
Euler proves that there are triangles with integer side lengths such that the length of the bisectors of the sides to the opposite angles are integers. He also provides a general method to make a certain class of such triangles. This is part of the Mémoires, a sequel to that earlier paper on triangles, E713. Euler gives a couple more such triangles. (Based on Jordan Bell's translation abstract.)
Original Source Citation
Mémoires de l'académie des sciences de St.-Petersbourg, Volume 2, pp. 10-16.
Opera Omnia Citation
Series 1, Volume 4, pp.399-405.