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Emer says she has worked out that 3-√5 is a square root of 14-6√5. Showing all your work out clearly. prove that Emer is correct.

 

Show all steps and why please because I didn't understand the last answer. :/

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Alright,

 

the square root of 5 a non-perfect circle is hard to find, so I just used a calculator for it instead:

√5 = 2.36...

now, you'd check:

 

3-2.36..

.64

 

14-6*2.36

 

6 times 2.36 is 14.16.

 

14.16 - 14 = .16...

 

so, no.

RinaC  Mar 8, 2017
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SEE THE ANSWER UNDER YOUR FIRST POST!!.

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