Video on tutorial explaining surds for GCSE, including past exam paper question examples. This video can also be used for understanding the basics of surds for A-level Maths.
Please note: There is one correction in this video, the correction is made with annotations that may not be visible if you are using a phone or a tablet. For this reason I have taken a snapshot of the correction that can be found at this link: http://www.achievemaths.co.uk/corrections.html#surds
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