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There are infinitely many of them.

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square root of (4.41)

square root of (4.42)

square root of (4.43)

square root of (4.44)

square root of (4.45)

square root of (5.3)

square root of (5.762)

square root of (6)

square root of (6.1)

square root of (6.2)

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