Simplification....at its worst.

Algebra Level 3

We all are very familiar with the simplification of \(\sqrt{a+b\pm2\sqrt{ab}}\), which is \(\sqrt{a}\pm\sqrt{b}\) (for \(a>b\)). But can you simplify this? \[\sqrt{9-\sqrt{77}}\] Express your answer in the form of \(\sqrt{a}-\sqrt{b}\), where \(a>b\) and enter the value of \(2a+10b\).

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