Can Sum of a Rational Number and Its Reciprocal Be an Integer?
So $fracmnfracnmfracm^2n^2mn$ an integer. This means $$m^2-n^2 mod mn $$ $$m^2n^2kmn$$ for some integer $k$.If $k1$, then $(mn)(m-n)0$ so $mn$ or $m-n$.With some calculus, it is best shown properties about its zeros, the equation $x^2y^2zxy$. But there are no zeros outside of cases where $m,n0; mn; m-n$â¢ Related QuestionsCan we simulate FPGA board?I believe what you are talking about is having a Test Bench, a virtual environment used to verify a design. It can be done with any simulation software, like Multisim. You can either code a virtual approximation of what your inputs and outputs are in Multisim/etc. and have your FPGA simulation interact with it, if you're lucky this may already exist and you just have to find it------Email sent from server with rDNS & SPF being blocked by Hotmailok so for understanding. You want send an email from your google account firstname.lastname@example.org with an other FROM adress? 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