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!Let  \(x\) \(y\)and \(z\) be nonnegative real numbers such that \(x+y+z=5\)  Find the maximum value of \(\sqrt{2x + 1} + \sqrt{2y + 1} + \sqrt{2z + 1}\)

 Sep 12, 2020
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The maximum value is sqrt(10).

 Sep 12, 2020
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that is wrong..... :(

Guest Sep 12, 2020
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Is it \(3\sqrt{\frac{13}{3}}=\sqrt{39}\)?

 Sep 13, 2020
edited by thedudemanguyperson  Sep 13, 2020

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