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Q: What does the square root of 27 plus the square root of 5?

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5 Square root 3. square root 27 = square root 9*3 = 3square root 3 3square root3 + 2square root3 = 5Square Root3 because both have a square root 3.

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If you mean vertices of (-1, 4) (2, 7) and (1, 5) then it is an isosceles triangle with a perimeter of square root of 18 plus square root of 5 plus square root of 5 which is about 8.715 rounded to three decimal places.

Square root of 25= 5. 5 + 144 + 13 = 162.

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√-48 + 35 + √ 25 + √-27 = √[(i2)(16)(3)] + 35 + 5 + √[(i2)(9)(3)] = 4i√3 + 38 + 9i√3 = 38 + (13√3)i

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You can always add radicals, but you can't simplify unless the radicands have a common factor. For example, the square root of 20 plus the square root of 45 equals 2 times the square root of 5 plus 3 times the square root of 5, which is 5 times the square root of 5.

5 - x^2 = (the square root of 5 minus x)(the square root of 5 plus x)

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=SQRT(5)*SQRT(2)+SQRT(8) is 5.99070478491457

Expressed as a surd in its simplest form, sqrt(27) + sqrt(12) = 5 sqrt(3). Expressed as a decimal, rounded to two decimal places, this is equal to 8.66.

if you take out the word ''quantity'' your answer is 25.02725024

It is: 6 square root 5 and it's just like adding fractions with the same denominators

It is 2*sqrt(5).

It depends entirely on the value of x.

[ 2 minus square root of 5 ] is the only one.

Since 5^2 is 25 and 6^2 is 36, the square root of 27 must be in between 5 and 6, This is because 27 is in between 25 and 36.

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The answer is 17 because it is 12+5=17

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It is 49*sqrt(2).

Square root of 3=1 so 1+4=5

No, it is not.