Given two integers a and b, find the smallest possible height such that a triangle of atleast area “a” and base “b” can be formed.
Input : a = 2, b = 2 Output : Minimum height of triangle is 2 Explanation: Input : a = 8, b = 4 Output : Minimum height of triangle is 4
Minimum height of Triangle with base “b” and area “a” can be evaluated by having the knowledge of the relationship between the three.
The relation between area, base and
area = (1/2) * base * height
So height can be calculated as :
height = (2 * area)/ base
Minimum height is the ceil of the
height obtained using above formula.
Minimum height is 4
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