Posted by **Paul** on Friday, November 7, 2008 at 1:43am.

Engineers and physicists are fond of using the approximation Square root (1+x) = 1+(x/2)?

What approximation do you suppose the engineers and physicists would use for the quantity (1+x)^(3/2)

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