Rationals, Irrationals, and Radicals

Feb 17th, 2015
Anonymous
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Engineering
Price: $5 USD

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  1. Refer to the triangle below. If a = 3 and b = 3,     (a is the height side of the triangle, b is the base and c is the slanted side)

    1. Find the exact length of c in unsimplified radical form
    2. Find the exact length of c in simplified radical form
    3. Find c to the nearest hundredth

2. Consider 4/13 and 3/10

    1. Compare the numbers.
    2. Find a rational number between the two given numbers.

3. Use the Babylonian to approximate square root of 19 to the nearest hundredth


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