if length of a diagnonal in rectangle is 5. Its area is 12.
Please add more tests, otherwise the problem is trivially solvable.
The solution isn't unique - it could be anything between 0 and 12.5. Need to specify that only integer side lengths are allowed (even then there could be multiple solutions). Also more test cases are required.
This problem is problematic.
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