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The answer is : 1. for √2 let us assume√2 as a rational no so √2=p/q squaring on both sides √2²=p²/q² 2=p²/q² p²=2q² so 2 divides p² ⇒ 2 divides p let p= 2m squaring on both sides p²=4m² ⇒2q²=4m² q²=2m² so 2 divides q² ⇒ 2 divides q this contradicts the fact that p & q are co primes and have only one common factor so our assumption is wrong therefore √2 is irrational

for √3 the same method but take p=3m and then you can prove it