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sqrt*s 2. sqrt*s 3. sqrt/2*s 4. sqrt/2*s 5. 2*s

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sqrt*s 2. sqrt*s 3. sqrt/2*s 4. sqrt/2*s 5. 2*s [#permalink]  06 Jun 2006, 07:04
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1. sqrt[3]*s
2. sqrt[2]*s
3. sqrt[2]/2*s
4. sqrt[3]/2*s
5. 2*s
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