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if the equations x square+ px+q=0 and x square+p’x+q’=0 have a common root , then it is equal to (a)- p-p’/q-q’ (b)- p+p’/q+q’ (c)- -(q-q’)/(p-p’) (d)- q+q’/p+p’

if the equations x square+ px+q=0 and x square+p’x+q’=0 have a common root , then it is equal to   (a)- p-p’/q-q’   (b)-  p+p’/q+q’ (c)-   -(q-q’)/(p-p’)   (d)-  q+q’/p+p’

Grade:12th pass

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Saurabh Koranglekar
askIITians Faculty 10341 Points
one year ago
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