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yes. It has to be either 0 or 1

ab = c ----- 1 bc = a ----- 2 ca = b ----- 3

Sub 1 in 2 b(ab) = a b^2 = 1 { assuming a is not equal to 0 } b=+1,-1

Sub 2 in 3 c(bc) = b c = +1,-1 { assuming a is not equal to 0 } and also a = +1,-1.

ie a,b,c = +1,-1 & 0.

Is it possible to write down 1,2,3..100 in some order (one after an other), such that the sum of any two adjacent numbers is a prime number?

In a sequence of eleven real numbers, only two are shown. The product of every 3 successive boxes is 120. Find the sum of all the numbers in the boxes (including the two already open).

_ _ (6) _ _ _ _ _ _ (-4) _

I have 5 real numbers whose product is non-zero. Now, I increase each of the 5 numbers by 1 and again multiply all of them. Is it possible that this new product is the same as the non-zero number obtained earlier?

(Explain your answer may be with an example)