# If find the values of

Given, x= 2 + √3

Need to find the values of +

By substituting the given values of x in the equation we get

x2 = (2+√3)2 = 4+2(2)(√3)+(3) = 7+4√3

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By rationalizing method we can write as

×

=

=

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= 7–4√3

+ = 7+4√3+7–4√3

= 14

Hence, the value of + is 14

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