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What Can You Say About The Prime Factorisation Of The Denominators
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Express [15/4Â±5/40] As A Decimal Without Actual Division.
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If 241/4000 = 241/2m5n, Then Find The Values Of Mand N,
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Write The Denominater Of The Rational Number 257/500 In The Form
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The Decimal Expansion Of The Rational Number 43/2x5^ Will Terminate
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Show That _/3 + _/5 Is An Irrational Number.
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Prove That 2_/3 + _/5 Is An Irrational Number. Also, Check Whether
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Prove That Each Of The Following Is Irrational Number.
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Without Actually Performing The Long Division, State Whether The Following Rational Number
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Check Whether The Rational Number 1/13, Has Terminating Recurring Or Nonterminating
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If 13/125 Is A Rational Number, Find The Decimal Expansion Of It,
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Express Decimal Expansion 23.3408 In The Form A Rational Number.
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Find The Roots Of The Equation 5x2 – 6x – 2 = 0 By The Method Of Completing The Square.
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Find The Roots Of The Quadratic Equation.
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Check Whether The Following Are Quadratic Equations:
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Represent The Following Situations Mathematically:
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Represent The Following Situations Mathematically:
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A Quadratic Polynomial In X With Real Coefficients Is Of The Form Ax2+ Bx + C, Where A, B, C Are Real Numbers With A ? 0.
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Polynomials Of Degrees 1, 2 And 3 Are Called Linear, Quadratic And Cubic Polynomials Respectively.
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Find The Zeroes Of The Quadratic Polynomial.
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