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The value of (16pi/3)^(1/2) + 5^(1/2) is most nearly equal to which

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The value of \(\sqrt{\frac{16\pi}{3}}+\sqrt{5}\) is most nearly equal to which of the following integers?

A. 2
B. 3
C. 4
D. 5
E. 6


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The value of Underrot 16pi/3 + Underrot5 is most nearly equal to which of the following integers? (Please refer to the picture below for the exact version of the question)

A) 2
B) 3
C) 4
D) 5
E) 6


Easy one.

Under root (16pi/3) ~ 4

Under root (5) >2

Hence, 4+2 = 6 is the approx answer. E is the correct answer.
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Question is find the value of
\(\sqrt{(16 \pi) / 3} + \sqrt{5}\) ?

So \(\pi\) = ~ 3.14 and ~ 3 is good enough here, we know \(\sqrt{4}\) is 2 , so for 5 is slightly more than 2.

so substituting these values, would give , \(\sqrt{(16 * 3) / 3} + \sqrt{5}\) = ~4 + ~2 = ~6
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Bunuel: Please untag geometry
HarveyKlaus wrote:
The value of Underrot 16pi/3 + Underrot5 is most nearly equal to which of the following integers? (Please refer to the picture below for the exact version of the question)

A) 2
B) 3
C) 4
D) 5
E) 6

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