There are 4 lessons in this math tutorial covering Surds. The tutorial starts with an introduction to Surds and is then followed with a list of the separate lessons, the tutorial is designed to be read in order but you can skip to a specific lesson or return to recover a specific math lesson as required to build your math knowledge of Surds. you can access all the lessons from this tutorial below.
In this Math tutorial, you will learn:
Which of the following numbers can be expressed as finite or infinite recurring decimals?
√2; √4; √3; π (Archimedes' constant); 2πr; 1/9; 22/7; φ (golden ratio); e (Euler's number)
Which number set do the recurring decimals belong to?
The whole part and some digits after the decimal place of π (pi) are 3.14159265. Do you notice any kind of period determined by a certain repetition in these digits?
This tutorial focuses on surds - a term originally used to express irrational numbers but that recently has acquired a slightly different meaning. Therefore, we are going to explain the meaning of surds and also the similarity and difference of surds and irrational numbers - which we dealt with in the first chapter of this course.
Please select a specific "Surds" lesson from the table below, review the video tutorial, print the revision notes or use the practice question to improve your knowledge of this math topic.
|Tutorial ID||Math Tutorial Title||Tutorial||Video|
|Lesson ID||Math Lesson Title||Lesson||Video|
|7.4.1||What Are Surds?|
|7.4.2||What are the different Types of Surds|
|7.4.3||Properties of Surds|
|7.4.4||Basic Operations with Surds|
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