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In this page framing quadratic equation4 we are going to see how to construct any quadratic equation with given roots.

Question 10:

Construct a quadratic equation whose two roots are -21 and -1

Solution:

Here two roots are -21 and -1

α = -21

β = -1

General form of any quadratic equation x² - (α + β) x + αβ = 0

Sum of roots (α + β) = -21 + (-1)

                            = -21 - 1

                            = -22

Product of roots (α β) = -21(-1)

                              = 21

Now let us write the quadratic equation with sum and product of roots

x² - (-22) x + 21 = 0

x² + 22 x + 21 = 0


Question 11:

Construct a quadratic equation whose two roots are -7 and 4

Solution:

Here two roots are -7 and 4

α = -7

β = 4

General form of any quadratic equation x² - (α + β) x + αβ = 0

Sum of roots (α + β) = -7 + 4

                            = -3

Product of roots (α β) = -7(4)

                              = -28

Now let us write the quadratic equation with sum and product of roots

x² - (-3) x + (-28) = 0

x² + 3 x - 28 = 0


Question 12:

Construct a quadratic equation whose two roots are -5 and 6

Solution:

Here two roots are -5 and 6

α = -5

β = 6

General form of any quadratic equation x² - (α + β) x + αβ = 0

Sum of roots (α + β) = -5 + 6

                            = 1

Product of roots (α β) = -5(6)

                              = -30

Now let us write the quadratic equation with sum and product of roots

x² - (1) x + (-30) = 0

x² - x - 30 = 0




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