Find the sides of an isosceles triangle when given its area and the height from its base to apex.
For example, with A=12 and h=4, the result will be [5 5 6].
This problem has been polished along with an enhanced test suite.
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Area of an Isoceles Triangle
Rounding off numbers to n decimals
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Divide polynomial p1 by p2.
Calculate the values of a polynomial.
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Set x value to each odd index of vector y.
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