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Question2: a gardener with 5770 plants to arrange them such that the number of rows of plants equals the number of plants in each row. When he does so,he discovers that the number of plants falls short by 6 .find the number of rows the gardener wants to make.

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  1. looks to me like

    n^2 - 6 = 5770
    n^2 = 5776
    n = √5776 = 76

    76 rows

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  2. 76

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  3. Rows - 6 = 5770
    Rows = 5770+6
    = 5776
    Rows = √5776
    = 76
    76 rows is the answer

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  4. -6=square root 770
    x^2-6=5770
    x^2=5770+6
    x^2=5776
    x=square root 5776
    x=76

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  5. 76

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  6. so bad methed

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  7. Row =6=5770
    Row=5770+6
    Took square rotten to the both side
    =5776
    =76×76
    =76'2
    = 76 Ans

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