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Dealing with surds 2015-11-14
From Agnes:
simplify (1-√3)(13+√3)
Answered by Penny Nom.
1[1-√2(order of surd is 4)] 2014-05-02
From Anoushka:
if t=1[1-√2(order of surd is 4)] , then t=?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Surds 2008-01-04
From INDRAJIT:
SUBJECT: SURD How do I simplify this expression with surds in the denominator? INDRAJIT INDIA
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Square Root History 1997-08-29
From Carlos Montecel S.:
I need find information over the "Square Root History", Could you help me?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Square Roots and Functions. 1997-04-23
From Ed:
1. In most texts the solution to a question such as square root x = -6 is

x is undefined.

Yet when teaching to solve
xsquared = 36
x = +6 or -6

There appears to be a contradiction here. My question is when, where and why do we use the principle square root, not both + and -? This often occurs as the extraneous root in the solution of radical equations and in stating the domain and range of functions involving square roots.

2. Are there any simple rules for determining whether equations are functions without graphing them and doing a vertical line test?
Answered by Harley Weston.

 
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