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Curious Real Additive Relationship (Posted on 2008-04-12) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Are there any non zero real triplet(s) (p, q, r) that satisfy the following system of equations?

p + 1/p = q, q + 1/q = r, and r + 1/r = p

If such triplet(s) exist, find at least one of these. Otherwise, prove that no such triplet can conform to the given conditions.

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
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re: alternate solutionK Sengupta2008-05-05 14:45:40
re: solutionK Sengupta2008-05-05 14:43:15
Solutionalternate solutionDennis2008-04-12 20:51:13
SolutionAccept no substitutesSteve Herman2008-04-12 20:25:36
SolutionsolutionCharlie2008-04-12 14:26:33
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