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If alpha and beta are the zeros of polynomial x^2-6x+9 then form a new polynomial whose zeros are 2 alpha and 2 beta
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Harsh Pal 1 month ago

x^2-6x+6

Suman Aulakh 1 month ago

x^2-6x+6
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