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hey, havnt used education bit of the bored before sooo...

my college messed up my maths timetable and so ive missed the 1st few lessons....she told me that we were learning about surds and i should catch up, so ive been on the bbc website to do revision on then but im so confused on what they are and how to do them...

can any one help me before 2moz please

my college messed up my maths timetable and so ive missed the 1st few lessons....she told me that we were learning about surds and i should catch up, so ive been on the bbc website to do revision on then but im so confused on what they are and how to do them...

can any one help me before 2moz please

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are they that hard....

dam this friggen college they buggerd up my ema aswell...

dam this friggen college they buggerd up my ema aswell...

i think they covered just the mutiplication of surds and using pythagoras theorem to solve them...

Surds are irrational numbers, they are numbers which cant be written as a fraction. An example of a surd is √2.

There are two rules when mutliplying surds: Here they are:

√ab = √a x √b

and

√a √a

-- = ---

b √b

Where a and b are numbers, i hope that helps a little bit, pm me if you need any more help.

There are two rules when mutliplying surds: Here they are:

√ab = √a x √b

and

√a √a

-- = ---

b √b

Where a and b are numbers, i hope that helps a little bit, pm me if you need any more help.

o rite...didnt know it was that simple....

thanks alot!

u can have some of my worthless rep

thanks alot!

u can have some of my worthless rep

just saw ur reply nuchopper thanks....w00t getting easy now. rep u 2moz

thanks...i havnt got any text books yet....she just gave me a library card and said go and find some.

What exam board are you doing? If your doing OCR there are specific books for each module.

i dont know.....i havnt been told about anything the course

heres the description from there website http://www.bournville.ac.uk/leaflets/0115.pdf

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