In a solar system far, far away, 2 planets are exactly in line with their sun (as above).
Icerix, the colder planet farther away, takes 350 days to obrit the sun.
Cetacearth, the watery planet closer to the sun, only takes 100.
Assuming the orbits are in the same plane, in how many days will the 2 planets next be in line with their sun again?
Puzzle concept submitted by Ian Pedder
No complicated angular/rotational geometry is needed to solve!
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