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ICSE - X - Mathematics - Quadratic Equations

A two digit positive number is such that the product of its digits is 6. If 9 is added to the number, the digits interchange their places. Find the number.

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ICSE - X - Mathematics - Quadratic Equations

solve (2x-3/x-1)-4 (x-1/2x-3)=3,where X! =1,X! =3/2.

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ICSE - X - Mathematics - Quadratic Equations

2.If the difference of roots of the quadratic equation x^2+4px+p=0 is same as the difference of roots of quadratic equation x^2+4px+q=0,then find the relation between p and q if p!=q. 3.if x^2+5x+6+k=0,then the value of for which roots of the given equation differ by 1 is

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2.If the difference of roots of the quadratic equation x^2+4px+p=0 is same as the difference of roots of quadratic equation x^2+4px+q=0,then find the relation between p and q if p!=q. 3.if x^2+5x+6+k=0,then the value of for which roots of the given equation differ by 1 is

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If alpha and beta are the roots of the equation x^2+5x+3=0,find the value of (1/beta^3)-(1/alpha).

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It's 4x^2 not 4^2.

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ICSE - X - Mathematics - Quadratic Equations

If k is the ratio of the equation x^2-ax+b=0,then the value of k^2+1/k is

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