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A radical problem (Posted on 2016-11-15) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Let n be a 5-digit positive integer.
Given the infinitely nested radical expression below:

Y = sqrt(n+ sqrt(n+ sqrt(n+… sqrt(n+… ,-

What is the maximal value of n, such that Y is a positive integer?

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Solutionanalytical solutionSteve Herman2016-11-15 08:22:13
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