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`         If X and Y are the roots of the equation ax2+bx+c=0 , then the roots of the equation ax2-bx(x-1)+c(x-1)2=0 are : `
4 years ago

Charchit Tailong
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```							X+Y=-b/aXY=c/afrom 2nd equationax2-bx2+b+cx2+c-2cx(a-b+c)x2-2cx+b=0alpha and beta are 2 rootsalpha+beta=2c/(a-b+c)alpha*beta=b/(a-b+c)put X+Y and X*Y in this
```
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