Simplifying Surds

Simplifying Surds
Simplifying Surds
Simplifying Surds
Simplifying Surds

              Simplifying Surds

              Students learn about a surd and how it can be simplified using square factors.  To consolidate and extend learning students evaluate calculations by simplifying each term.
              Differentiated Learning Objectives
              • All students should be able to understand the meaning of an Irrational number
              • Most students should be able to understand the meaning of an Irrational number and simplify surds
              • Some students should be able to simplify products and quotients involving surds
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