According to Laerd Mathematics,
Surds are numbers left in root form (√) to express its exact value. It has an infinite number of non-recurring decimals. Therefore, surds are irrational numbers.
According to Math is Fun,
- When it is a root and irrational, it is a surd
- Not all roots are surds
Nickzom Calculator solves calculations on surd and these calculations are categorized into:
- Surd Simplification A
- Surd Simplification B
- ‘Binary’ Surd Addition and Subtraction
- ‘Tenary’ Surd Addition and Subtraction
- Surd Multiplication
- Surd Division
- Surd Expansion
- Surd Rationalization
Nickzom makes use of a certain procedure to help the user easily input the surd values which is clearly represented in the image below
For the purpose of this post, we would be handling a step by step guide on how to solve surd rationalization using Nickzom Calculator.
One can access Nickzom Calculator via any of these channels:
Now, click on Surd Rationalization, then enter the values appropriately using the user manual format.
Now, click on calculate to display the result.
I have seen that this steps and procedures might me cumbersome and a bit confusing for a reader or user. Therefore, an update would be coming soon with a new format of solving surd operations that can be easily understood and analysed. For now, with a bit of effort it could be understood or interpreted too.
Watch Out for the Update, Guys!