for what value of 'k' will the following quadratic equation:
(k+1)x2-4kx+9=0 have real and equal roots? Solve the equation.
Asked by Ujjwal | 7th Jan, 2018, 03:16: PM
Answered by Rashmi Khot | 8th Jan, 2018, 02:20: PM
- (4-k)x^2 + (2k+4)x + (8k+1) = 0
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