# sqrt5 is between which two integers? Explain your reasoning.

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sqrt5 is between which two integers? Explain your reasoning.

2021-02-26
Notice that 4$$\displaystyle\sqrt{{4}}{<}\sqrt{{5}}{<}\sqrt{{9}}\to{2}{<}\sqrt{{5}}{<}{3}$$</span>

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