A triangular square is a square within a triangle. For example, the following figure shows a triangular square (which is not properly scaled). Input First line of input is an integer T (< 10000) which specifies the number of test cases to follow. Then comes T lines each of which contains three space delimited integers (less than 1000) expressing the edges of a valid triangle. Output For each triangle, print the maximum area of a possible triangular square within it. Print each output in a separate line. Output should be correct up to six decimal places. Follow the sample output below. Sample Input 2 666 222 Sample Output 7.754051 0.861561