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The Value Of K For Which One Of The Roots Of X^2  X + 3k = 0 Is Double Of One Of The Roots Of
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Let Alpha, Beta Be Real And Z Be A Complex Number. If
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If The Roots Of The Equation Bx^2 + Cx + A = 0 Be Imaginary, Then For All Values Of X
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If The Difference Between The Roots Of The Equation
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All The Values Of M For Which Both Roots Of The Equation
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If Both The Roots Of The Quadratic Equation X^2  2kx + K^2 + K  5 = 0 Are Less Than 5, Then K Lies In The Interval
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Let Two Numbers Have Arithmetic Mean 9 And Geometric Mean 4. Then These Numbers Are The Roots Of The Quadratic Equation
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The Value Of A For Which One Root Of The Quadratic Equation
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Product Of Real Roots Of The Equation T^2x^2 + x + 9 = 0
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If Alpha Is Not Equal To Beta But Alpha^2 = 5alpha  3 And Beta^2 = 5beta  3, Then The Equation Whose Roots Are Alpha/beta And Beta/alpha
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If Alpha And Beta Are The Roots Of The Equation X^2  6x + A = 0 And Satisfy The Relation 3alpha + 2beta = 16, Then The Value Of A Is
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Roots Of The Equation X^2 + Bx  C = 0 (b,c > 0) Are
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The Roots Of The Equation X^2 + Ax + B = 0 Are P And Q, Then The Equation Whose Roots Are
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If The Sum Of The Roots Of The Equation X^2 + Px + Q = 0 Is Three Times Their Difference, Then Which One Of The Following Is True
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IF The Sum Of The Roots Of The Equation Ax^2 + Bx + C = 0 Be Equal To The Sum Of Their Squares, Then
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If Alpha And Beta Are The Roots Of The Equation X^2  A(x+1)  B = 0 Then ( Alpha + 1)( Beta + 1 ) =
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If Alpha And Beta Are The Roots Of The Equation
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If The Sum Of The Roots Of The Equation
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If The Product Of The Roots Of The Equation (a + 1)x^2 + ( 2a +3 )x + ( 3a + 4 ) = 0, Then The Sum Of Roots Is
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If B^2 â‰¥ 4ac For The Equation Ax^4 + Bx^2 + C = 0, Then All The Roots Of The Equation Will Be Real, If
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If The Sum Of The Roots Of The Quadratic Equation Ax^2 + Bx + C = 0 Is Equal To The Sum Of The Squares Of Their Reciprocals, Then
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If Alpha And Beta Are The Roots Of Ax^2 + 2bx + C = 0, Then
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If The Roots Of Equation X^2 + Px + Q = 0 Differ By 1, Then
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If Alpha, Beta Are The Roots Of The Equation Lx^2 + Mx + N = 0, Then The Equation Whose Roots Are
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