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# Surds Mathematics Form 3 Notes and K.C.S.E Topical Q&A

## Surds Mathematics Form 3 Notes and K.C.S.E Topical Q&A*

# Surds Mathematics Form 3 Notes and K.C.S.E Topical Q&A

Surds Mathematics Form 3 Notes and K.C.S.E Topical Q&A

**Surds Mathematics Form Notes and K.C.S.E Topical Q&A**

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## Rational and Irrational Numbers

### Rational Numbers

A **rational** number is a number which can be written in the form ^{p}/_{q} , where p and q are integers and q≠ 0.The integer’s p and q must not have common factors other than 1 .

Numbers such as 2, ^{1}/_{2}, ^{3}/_{4}√4 are examples of rational numbers .Recurring numbers are also rational numbers.

**Surds Mathematics Form Notes and K.C.S.E Topical Q&A**

### Irrational Numbers

Numbers that cannot be written in the form ^{p}/_{q} .Numbers such as π √2√3 are irrational numbers. √2√3

**Surds Mathematics Form Notes and K.C.S.E Topical Q&A**

## Surds

Numbers which have got no exact square roots or cube root are called surds e.g. √2 , √8 √28 ,^{3}√16 or ^{3}√36

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