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Kindly refer to question number 5 of Ex 2.4 (Polynomials).
Asked by | 25 Feb, 2013, 09:03: PM
Expert Answer
Consider ax + b = 0
This implies a = 0 as well as b = 0
 
Reason:
ax + b = 0
=> ax + b = 0(x) + 0
Now, compare the coefficient of x and the contant term on both sides. We get:
a = 0 and b = 0
Answered by | 26 Feb, 2013, 10:48: AM
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