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If p(x)= 3x2 – 2√3x+1, then find the value of p(2√3)
Asked by sahilsinghapsb | 24 Apr, 2021, 19:53: PM
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p(x)= 3x2 – 2√3x+1
→ p(2√3) = 3(2√3) – 2√3(2√3)+1
               = 3(12) - 12 + 1
               = 25
Answered by Yasmeen Khan | 24 Apr, 2021, 20:28: PM
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