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`        X²-X(1-a)-(a+2)=0, find the integral values of a for which the quadratic equation has integer roots`
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```							For integer roots Discriminant must be a perfect square and also check out the values by putting in Shree dharacharya  method as D = a^2+2a+9= (a+1)^2 +8  now by this a=0,a=-2.Now if a=0 then roots are (2,-1)And if a=-2 then roots are (3,0).
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