Bunuel niks18 gmatbusters **Quote:**

\(\frac{1}{\sqrt{51}}\) is between:

Does the value which is present inside an exponent always follow a particular trend

even if the value is not a perfect square?

Eg. \(\sqrt{81}\) is 9 which is more than\(\sqrt{16}\) ie 4.

Does GMAT also require us to be familiar with trends (if exists) say between\(\sqrt{50}\) or

\(\sqrt{20}\) ?

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