I don't know if this is the proper thing to call it, but I haven't used any mathematical terminology in a while so I think I will try :P(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The number of imperfect roots between any two consecutive perfect roots will always be twice the preceding root number.

for example there is 2 imperfect roots between ## \sqrt1 and \sqrt4## and 6 in between ##\sqrt9 and \sqrt16## This pattern seems to work I have tried this up for large numbers and it seems to hold, it seems like it should very easy to prove and I am working on this proof as we speak, but I think I could use a little help...

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