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(Q)If the discriminants of two quadratic equations are equal and the equations have a common root 1, then the other roots- (A) are either equal or their sum is two (B) have to always be equal (C) are equal or their sum is 1 (D) have their sum equal to 1
(Q)If the discriminants of two quadratic equations are equal and the equations have a common root 1, then the other roots-(A) are either equal or their sum is two(B) have to always be equal(C) are equal or their sum is 1(D) have their sum equal to 1

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```							Dear Dishita If the discriminants of two quadratic equations are equal and the equations have a common root 1, then the other roots are either equal or their sum is two. hope it helps
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