## ELLIPTIC CURVES AND TRIANGLES WITH THREE RATIONAL MEDIANS

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@MISC{Dujella_ellipticcurves,

author = {Andrej Dujella and Juan and Carlos Peral},

title = {ELLIPTIC CURVES AND TRIANGLES WITH THREE RATIONAL MEDIANS},

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Abstract. In his paper Triangles with three rational medians, about the characterization of all rational-sided triangles with three rational medians, Buchholz proves that each such triangle corresponds to a point on a oneparameter family of elliptic curves whose rank is at least 2. We prove that in fact the exact rank of the family in Buchholz paper is 3. We also exhibit a subfamily whose rank is at least 4 and we prove the existence of in nitely many curves of rank 5 over Q parametrized by an elliptic curve of positive rank. Finally, we show particular examples of curves within those families having rank 9 and 10 over Q. 1.

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