Irrational numbers sound unnatural, but they can actually be found all around us in the simplest shapes.
Circles, squares and cubes contain irrational numbers. But… how do irrational numbers work? And, more importantly, how do we work with them? That’s the topic of discussion today in Study Hall: Algebra!
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