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    Oct 21, 2016, 05:57 AM
    If a,b,c and d are real numbers such that a2+b2 = 41 and c2+d2 = 25 ,then the polynomial whose zeroes (a+b) and (c+d) can be ?
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    Oct 21, 2016, 06:53 AM
    What do you think and why? This is your homework, our site rules require you to post your work and what you think the answer is first.
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    ebaines Posts: 12,132, Reputation: 1307

    Oct 25, 2016, 09:18 AM
    This phrase:

    Quote Originally Posted by YOGA PINGALA
    then the polynomial whose zeroes (a+b) and (c+d) can be?
    makes no sense. Please clarify the wording - do you mean something along the lines of: what are the possible zeroes of a+b and c+d?

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