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BB and Stolyar attempted to solve a quadratic equation. BB
made a mistake in writing down the constant term. He ended up with the
roots (4, 3). Stolyar made a mistake in writing down the coefficient of x. He got the roots as (3, 2). What are the exact roots of the original

a) (6, 1)
b) (тАУ3, тАУ4)
c) (4, 3)
d) (тАУ4, тАУ3)

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13 Sep 2003, 19:49
I got A. But only assuming the coefficient of x^2 is 1.

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