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Find the Quadratic polynomial whose sum and product of zeros are √2 + 1, 1/ √2 + 1

Ans:    sum = 2  √2

Product = 1

Q.P =

X2 - (sum) x + Product

∴ x2 - (2 √2 ) x + 1

 

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