@article {MATHEDUC.06404263,
author = {Stephenson, Paul},
title = {Euler's brick.},
year = {2014},
journal = {SYMmetryplus},
volume = {55},
issn = {1464-7060},
pages = {2-5},
publisher = {Mathematical Association (MA), Leicester},
abstract = {From the text: The best known chair in mathematics at Cambridge is the Lucasian. Newton was the second holder of the post, Stephen Hawking the most recent. The fourth was a man blind from infancy called Nicholas Saunderson. A problem which intrigued people in the eighteenth century is named after its most distinguished student, Euler, but Saunderson laid the groundwork, as we shall see. The problem is to find a cuboid where both the edges and the face diagonals are integral.},
msc2010 = {F60xx (G40xx G70xx)},
identifier = {2015b.00639},
}