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If $x=4$, find the value of the sum $\sum_{t=0}^{3} (5 +\sqrt{x^t})$
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t = 0; 5 + √(4^0) t = 1; 5 + √(4^1) t = 2; 5 + √(4^2) t = 3; 5 + √(4^3) Total sum = (5+1) +( 5 +2)+ (5+4) +( 5+8) = 35
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