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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Fine the two consecutive whole numbers the square root is between: √(26) & √(60)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I didnt get ur question...

OpenStudy (anonymous):

We have to find 2 consecutive whole numbers whose square roots are between sqrt(26) and sqrt(60) ? This means the 2 consecutive no.s lie between 26 and 60! Example 50,51

OpenStudy (anonymous):

really?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

But that's what the question say

OpenStudy (anonymous):

or 52,53,54,55,56,57,58,59 turns out there's more than one answer if that was the question

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes paulzord :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Okay

OpenStudy (anonymous):

let me repeat the question

OpenStudy (anonymous):

so all numbers between 26 and 60 non inclusive (any two in this, that are consecutive are the options)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Can you give me an example please?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Sorry I'm really suck at math ;(

OpenStudy (anonymous):

27 and 28 sqrt27 = 5.196 sqrt28= 5.29

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I still don't really get it. So my question have more than 1 answers

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yep, so all your answers can be any two consecutive numbers between 26 and 60 27, 28 28,29 29,30 ,30,31 31,32 32,33 33,34 34,35 35,36 36,37 37,38 38,39 ... 55,56 56,57 57,58 58,59

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh I see, Thanks You so much :)

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