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Anmol Singh
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if alpha and beta are the zeros of polynomial f (x) ax square + bx + c then find one by Alpha square + - Brainly.in
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Moumita Das
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Maths Polynomials question
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Yathish
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solve only 1 to 5 problems
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Arpita Joshi
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zeros of the polynomial x?+1/6x-2 and verify the relationship between coefficients and the zeros of the polynomial
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Kashish Chhoti
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Solve q no 15
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Kashish Chhoti
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Solve q no 14 and 17
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Siva
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Find the value of k
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what is the difference between chapter polynomial , chapter quadractic equation and chapter linear equation ?
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Pruthviraj Sonrat
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, asked 3 days, 21 hours ago
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Abhijna V Chiru
Subject: Math
, asked 3 days, 22 hours ago
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Abhijna V Chiru
Subject: Math
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. In detail pls. I haven't
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Abhijna V Chiru
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Abhijna V Chiru
Subject: Math
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Answer the following question in detail pls don't use any shortcuts for calculations. Polynomial
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Ankita
Subject: Math
, asked 4 days, 14 hours ago
Plzzz solve it ....
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Aayushi Thapaliya
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, asked 4 days, 18 hours ago
Pls. Solve it urgently.my olympiads are coming up.
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