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2016-04-21T19:07:33+05:30

Representation of √7 and √11 on the number line:

Consider the number  shown here

Mark point A at 0 and B at 1. Consider BC  ⊥ AB such that BC = 1 unit

Complete the right angled triangle ABC.

By Pythagoras theorem, 

With A as centre and radius AC draw an arc on the number line. Mark the intersecting point as P. Hence P represents

Again at P draw PD ⊥ AP such that PD = 1 unit

In right ΔAPD, 

With A as centre and radius AD draw and arc on the number line. Mark the intersecting point as Q. Here Q represents

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