Calculation of Real \((x,y,z)\)$ in

\(x[x]+z\{z\}-y\{y\} = 0.16\)

\(y[y]+x\{x\}-z\{z\} = 0.25\)

\(z[z]+y\{y\}-x\{x\} = 0.49\)

where \([x] = \)Greatest Integer of \(x\) and \(\{x\} = \) fractional part of \(x\)

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TopNewest(POST#2) - In post #1, we have discovered that one and only one of \([x]\), \([y]\) and \([z]\) must be \(1\) or \(-1\).

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