# Show that there are infinitely many positive real numbers a which are not integers such that a(a–3{a} is an integer.

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Show that there are infinitely many positive real numbers a which are not integers such that a(a–3{a} is an integer. (Here {a} denotes the fractional part of a. For example {1.5} = 0.5; {–3.4} = 0.6.).

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Let a = I + f

For any I, we get possible values of K which makes given expression an integer.