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Estimate delta f using the Linear Approximation and use a calculator to compute the error.

f(x)=sqrt(3+x). a=6. delta x=0.1.

delta f=
With these calculations, we have determined that the square root of ___________ is approximately _______

The error in Linear Approximation is:_____

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