Please help!! Fill in the blanks with two consecutive integers to complete the following inequality. ____ < √181 < ____

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Please help!! Fill in the blanks with two consecutive integers to complete the following inequality. ____ < √181 < ____

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\[\sqrt{181} \approx 13.45\], now think of two numbers that are close to that, which you can make an inequality out of.
Since \(\sqrt x\) is an increasing function, you have \[\sqrt{169}<\sqrt{181}<\sqrt{196}\]and we didn't just pull those numbers out of thin air - their square roots are consecutive natural numbers.
Yes, I should've said it should be represented as such :P, and I thought it was obvious it was consecutive numbers as it is stated. Just giving them an idea of what it was, and figured they knew what a consecutive integer was. :)

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No harm done, it's hard to say whether or not OP has access to a calculator for this question or not.
You're right, thanks Siths!

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