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In this Math video tutorial on Powers and Roots we look into the field of Surds and cover the following points:

  • What are surds?
  • What are transcendental numbers? Where do they differ from surds?
  • What number set do surds and transcendental numbers belong to?
  • What are the different types of surds?
  • What are the properties of surds?
  • What are the four basic operations with surds?

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