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Find the number of positive integers n so that 4

 Apr 7, 2021
edited by Guest  Apr 7, 2021
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All positive integers satisfy the statement "4".

 

(I'm not joking, write code that says )

 Apr 7, 2021
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lol. :))

 

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catmg  Apr 7, 2021
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Must have been A glitch or something since it says for me "Find the number of positive integers n so that 4

 Apr 7, 2021
edited by imbadatmath  Apr 7, 2021
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Is something wrong with web calc? when I type in things and post it, it doesn't show up

 Apr 7, 2021
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perhaps try responding to me rn. 

 

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catmg  Apr 7, 2021
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4 < sqrt(n) < 10

 Apr 7, 2021
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We can write this as. 

sqrt(16) < sqrt(n) < sqrt(100). Removing the sqrts. 

16 < n < 100

so n is (16, 100)

 

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catmg  Apr 7, 2021
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This is the question I need help with idk why it wasn't showing up before

 Apr 7, 2021
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I had the same issue once too. 

I tried to respond, but it just would cut off at the same place. 

 

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catmg  Apr 7, 2021

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