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The equation A2/(x-a)+B2/(x-b)+C2/(x-c)+....+H2/(x-h)=k,has

(a)no real root

(b)at the most one real root

(c) no complex root

(d) at the most 2 complex roots

7 years ago


Answers : (1)


Could you make your expression a little bit clearer?



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