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## NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Real Numbers

**1. Prove that is irrational.**

**Ans. **Let us prove irrational by contradiction.

Let us suppose that is rational. It means that we have co-prime integers ** a and b **(

*b*≠ 0) such that

⇒ *b*=*a*

Squaring both sides, we get

… **(1)**

It means that 5 is factor of

Hence, **5 is also factor of** ** a** by Theorem. …

**(2)**

If, **5 is factor of a**, it means that we can write

**for some integer**

*a*= 5*c***.**

*c*Substituting value of ** a **in

**(1)**,

It means that 5 is factor of .

Hence, **5 is also factor of b** by Theorem. …

**(3)**

From **(2)** and **(3)**, we can say that **5** is factor of both ** a and b**.

But, ** a and b** are

**co-prime**.

Therefore, our assumption was wrong. cannot be rational. Hence, it is irrational.

NCERT Solutions class-10 Maths Exercise 1.3

**2. Prove that (3 + 2) is irrational.**

**Ans. **We will prove this by contradiction.

Let us suppose that (3+2) is rational.

It means that we have co-prime integers ** a and b **(

*b*≠ 0) such that

⇒

⇒

⇒ *… * **(1)**

** a and b** are integers.

It means** L.H.S** of **(1)** is rational but we know that is irrational. It is not possible. Therefore, our supposition is wrong. (3+2) cannot be rational.

Hence, (3+2) is irrational.

NCERT Solutions class-10 Maths Exercise 1.3

**3. Prove that the following are irrationals.**

**(i) **

**(ii) **

**(iii) **

**Ans. (i) **We can prove irrational by contradiction.

Let us suppose that is rational.

It means we have some co-prime integers *a* and *b* (*b *≠ 0) such that

=*ab *

⇒ … **(1)**

**R.H.S** of** (1)** is rational but we know that is irrational.

It is not possible which means our supposition is wrong.

Therefore, cannot be rational.

Hence, it is irrational.

**(ii) **We can prove irrational by contradiction.

Let us suppose that is rational.

It means we have some co-prime integers *a* and *b* (*b *≠ 0) such that

⇒ … **(1)**

**R.H.S** of** (1)** is rational but we know that is irrational.

It is not possible which means our supposition is wrong.

Therefore, cannot be rational.

Hence, it is irrational.

**(iii) **We will prove irrational by contradiction.

Let us suppose that () is rational.

It means that we have co-prime integers ** a and b **(

*b*≠ 0) such that

* *

⇒ * *

⇒ * …* **(1)**

** a and b** are integers.

It means** L.H.S** of **(1)** is rational but we know that is irrational. It is not possible.

Therefore, our supposition is wrong. () cannot be rational.

Hence, () is irrational.

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