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`        Find the quadratic equation which has double the roots as of equation 2x^2-5x+2=0`
3 years ago

```							Hi Ujjwal ,The roots of the equation which is mentioned above are 2 and ½ You can find this by using factorization method 2x2-5x+2=02x2-4x-x+2=02x (x-2)-1 (x-2)=0THEREFORE x=2 or x=1/2.Given to find the equation whose roots are double than that of the give equation. SO DOUBLE THE VALUES OF X SO OBTAINED.THEREFORE NOW X=4 AND X=1THEREFORE THE REQUIRED EQUATION IS x2-5x+4=0.IF YOU ARE NOT SURE YOU CAN VERIFY THE PROBLEM BY USING THE SAME FACTORIZATION METHOD WHICH I USED ABOVE....HOPE THIS WILL HELP YOU....
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