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If a and b are rational and p ,q are the roots of x^2+2ax+b=0 ,then the equation with rational coefficient one of whose roots is p+q+^√p^2+q^2 is

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```							Dear student p + q = – 2apq = b let Y = p+q+√p^2+q^2 (Y + 2a)^2 = (p + q)^2 – 2 pq = 4 p^2 – 2bY^2 + 4ay + 2b = 0 hencex^2 + 4ax + 2b = 0
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