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30 August, 03:17

find K if the sum of the zeros of the polynomial x square - (K + 6) x + 2 (2 k - 1) is half the product

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  1. 30 August, 03:31
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    k=7

    given a quadratic polynomial

    ax^2+bx+c

    the sum of the roots is given by - (b/a)

    and the product of the roots as (c/a)

    hence we get sum of roots as - ( - (k+6) / 1) and product of roots as (2 (2k-1)) / 1

    since the sum is equal to half the Product then we get

    k+6=2k-1 and solving for k we get 7
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