If what you wrote is what I read, then yes, I am absolutely sure.
May I ask, Wboy, why does "posting it right" seem unimportant to you?
Anyway, answer to your "CORRECT" posting above is YES!!
Would be better if this way:
1 / [sqrt(0) + sqrt(1)] + 1 / [sqrt(1) + sqrt(2)] + ..... + 1 / [sqrt(483) + sqrt(484)] = 22
Get my drift? Answer is the square root of last number (484 in this case)
In other words:
1 / [sqrt(0) + sqrt(1)] + 1 / [sqrt(1) + sqrt(2)] + ..... + 1 / [sqrt(n-1) + sqrt(n)] = sqrt(n)
Now I kinda understand why it's GREAT (when correct, of course!)