Problem #11

Find examples of nonequilateral triangles having sides of integer length
such that the measures of the angles of the triangle are in arithmetic progression.
 Can you find infinitely many nonsimilar triangles having this property?
 Show that, in fact, there is a sequence of such triangles that get closer and closer
to being equilateral.
The solution will be posted shortly.
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