Part 02 - Simplifying surds by addition | Maths Made Easy

Surds GCSE Maths Revision

Part 02 – Simplifying surds by addition

Example:

Simplify 4√6+5√6+√6+9√6

Worked Solution:

Use the formulae m×√a≡m√a and m√a±n√a≡(m±n) √a

4√6+5√6+√6+9√6=(4+5+1+9) √6=19×√6=19√6


Your turn:

Simplify √7+8√7+15√7+2√7

Select your answer here:
(ab)

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