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Dear sir Can this be possible In an equation ax^2+bx+c The roots are alpha and beta Then alpha^2*beta^2=(b^2-2ac)/a^2 If not the what should be the answer Thanks

Dear sir
Can this be possible
In an equation ax^2+bx+c 
The roots are alpha and beta
Then alpha^2*beta^2=(b^2-2ac)/a^2
If not the what should be the answer
Thanks

Grade:12

1 Answers

bharat bajaj IIT Delhi
askIITians Faculty 122 Points
7 years ago
The product of roots = c/a
Alpha^2 . Beta^2 = (c/a)^2
This is the correct amswer.

Thanks
Bharat Bajaj
Askiitians faculty

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