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A positive real number is 1 more than its reciprocal. Find the number:

A. [1-sqrt(5)]/2

B. 2

C. [1+sqrt(5)]/2

D. No solution

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    A positive real number is 1 more than its reciprocal. Find the number:

    A. [1-sqrt(5)]/2

    B. 2

    C. [1+sqrt(5)]/2

    D. No solution

    N = 1/N + 1 or N^2 - N - 1 = 0

    From this derives N = (1 + sqrt5)/2

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