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Might not be my place to correct but I think the result of the first problem is 212 and not 217. 
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Avinash... 217 is correct. 
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yes, 217 is right,but i m interested in knowing how r u getting 212? 
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Sorry my mistake , a case of incorrect addition 217 is correct 
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Re: Greatest Integer Function and its Applications  
hi Jitendra, ans. 7 +ve real no. means > 0 hence its []=0 to be min (take .1 eg) 4+0=4 3+0=3 4+3=7

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Hi Natasha, Thanks for your "latenightearly morning " soln. Jitendra 
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hi TG great work... kindly write an article about function & it's application 
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Hi Atom, Fractional part can never be negative. It can lie only between 0 and 1 (excluding 0 and 1). 
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Thanks. 
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[x]^2<=16 => ([x]4)([x]+4)<=0 =>[x] belongs to {4,4} => x belongs to {4,4.99} please somebody correct me if i am wrong. 
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Hi Ishan and Ankit â€“4 â‰¤ x < 5 Total Gadha 
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Thanks TG 
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really very useful and explain very neatly,,,,
grt ,,,tarunj 
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As ususal an simple and stuning article!! 