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OK, I've looked all over this forum and can't find this question or any answers that can help me figure this out.
Of the following integers, which is the closest approximqtion to (\sqrt{2} + \sqrt{5}) ^2?
A)7
B)10
C)13
D)15
E)17
I foiled this and I get sqaure roots in my answer. Any help would be great!
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Olenkap82 wrote:
OK, I've looked all over this forum and can't find this question or any answers that can help me figure this out.
Of the following integers, which is the closest approximqtion to (\sqrt{2} + \sqrt{5}) ^2?
A)7
B)10
C)13
D)15
E)17
I foiled this and I get sqaure roots in my answer. Any help would be great!


Please continue discussion here:
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Please try to avoid spelling mistakes in the question because it ruins the search.
approximqtion should be approximation

(\sqrt{2} + \sqrt{5}) ^2 was a good effort. You forgot to use the m-tag though.

\((\sqrt{2} + \sqrt{5}) ^2\)

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