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which of the following is correctly listed in order of [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2005, 08:16
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which of the following is correctly listed in order of increasing value ?

a 2^3/4, 3^1/2, 4^1/4
b 2^3/4, 4^1/4, 3^1/2
c 4^1/4, 3^1/2, 2^3/4
d 4^1/4, 2^3/4, 3^1/2
e 3^1/2, 4^1/4, 2^3/4
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 [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2005, 08:28
"D"

3^1/2 = 1.717.....
4^1/4 = 2^1/2 = 1.414.....
2^3/4 = 8^1/4 < 3^1/2 but > 2^1/2
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 [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2005, 09:37
I go with A

2^3/4 = 8^1/4 which is greater than 4^1/4 and only A and B have that as a choice.

4^1/4 = square root of 2
Personally square root of 3 is larger than the square root of 2 so I go with A = 8^1/4>3^1/2>2^1/2
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 [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2005, 12:27
greenandwise wrote:
I go with A

2^3/4 = 8^1/4 which is greater than 4^1/4 and only A and B have that as a choice.

4^1/4 = square root of 2
Personally square root of 3 is larger than the square root of 2 so I go with A = 8^1/4>3^1/2>2^1/2


What an IDIOT I am sorry baneerjea you're right! :oops:
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