Part 11 - Multiplying surds II | Maths Made Easy

Surds GCSE Maths Revision

Part 11 – Multiplying surds II

Example:

Calculate the product of 2√3×4√13

Worked Solution:

Use the formula m√a×n√b≡=(m×n) √(a×b)≡(mn) √ab

2√3×4√13=(2×4) √(3×13)=8√39


Your turn:

Calculate the product of 5√7×6√3

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