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# square root

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25 Aug 2006, 07:27
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Last edited by lan583 on 11 Feb 2007, 07:51, edited 1 time in total.
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25 Aug 2006, 07:31

lnly sqrt(5) would be greater than 2 and result in a negative square root value.
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25 Aug 2006, 07:38
E for me.

Explanation:

-ve roots are not real.
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25 Aug 2006, 07:58
Ans: E.

root of -ve number
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26 Aug 2006, 08:38
E, pretty straight
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26 Aug 2006, 08:46
Yep, (E) results in a negative square root (i) which is not defined as a real number.
26 Aug 2006, 08:46
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