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Meenakshi Sharma from GENERAL RAJ'S SCHOOL, asked a question
Subject: Math , asked on 20/6/10

This question is from RD Sharma page 2.34 exercise2.1,Q10

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Q If alpha and Beeta are the zeroesof the quadratic polynomial3s square- 6s+4find

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alpha beeta

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+beeta alpha

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+2(1 alpha+1 beeta)

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= 3 alpha beeta

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Please don 't mind the way I have written the question actually when I wrote it in one go it said that my input is very large.

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Amrit Paul From Kennedy High The Global School, added an answer, on 20/6/10
1 helpful votes in Math

 hey did is a very easy one

u will get first alpha square and beeta square by alpha and beetha

plus u take the lcm and add 3 alpha

and just substitute the values and use the formula

then get the answer

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Meenakshi Sharma From General Raj's School, added an answer, on 26/6/10
17 helpful votes in Math

Thanks for telling me...I am glad its not in the syllabus.

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Meenakshi Sharma From General Raj's School, added an answer, on 14/8/10
17 helpful votes in Math

Its good that you have done it but the above answerers say that it is out of syllabus.

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Guitars R0ck , added an answer, on 20/6/10
47 helpful votes in Math

yes nitin is right

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Guitars R0ck , added an answer, on 20/6/10
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exactly what we have to find in this ?

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Nitin Gupta From Birla Senior Secondary School,pilani, added an answer, on 20/6/10
70 helpful votes in Math

This question is out of syllabus of class 10th as it has imaginary roots

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