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September 22nd, 2012, 06:51 PM   #1
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Re: integer part of S

Squaring gives:





Hence, taking the positive root, and using the floor function to return the integral portion, we find:

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Re: integer part of S

If the question is to find the integral part of , then it is impossible to find it.

Since we do not know how many times 1991 is nested under the square root sign.

The question should be asking to find the integral part of
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