Find zeroes of polynomial
Asked by Abhinav050806 | 5th May, 2018, 07:42: PM
x2 + 2√2 x - 6
= x2 + 3√2 x - √2 x - 6 (3√2 - √2 = 2√2 and 3√2 × √2 = 6)
= x (x + 3√2) - √2 (x + 3√2)
= (x + 3√2) (x - √2)
Answered by Sneha shidid | 7th May, 2018, 01:06: PM
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