# How would you find the most amount of unique rationals summed together, in the form of 1/x, that sum to 1, However your x has to be between 2-2023?

thats 3 rational numbers

I need to get the most amount of rational numbers that equal to 1 altogether, please let me know if any methods or anything, thanks

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This is a challenging and very time consuming problem. A user who may want to answer it definitely deserves a bounty!

See the greedy algorithm for egyptian fractions : https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Greedy_algorithm_for_Egyptian_fractions#REXX