Answer :

Given: two quadratic surds

A quadratic surd is an expression containing square roots, such that number under square root is a rational number and is not a perfect square.


Let we take quadratic surds as:


7-√3 and 7 + √3


Sum of these surds will be:


7-√3 + 7 + √3


= 14


Where 14 is a rational number.


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