## GSCE Maths: Surds Worksheet

This sheet starts off with some examples and questions about surds - pretty easy ones to be honest. There is a surds 'joke' at the end to complete. This was an attempt to make surds a little more interesting and to show just how easy they really are.

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I like the worksheets, and the codebreaker is a nice idea, but it looks like there are a couple of mistakes on the answer sheets.

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