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Edu-Support ForumSat, 13 Jan 2018 19:49:39 GMThttp://support.your-talk.com/t4-uniuyo-mth-111-exercise-2-4-question-number-2#4uniuyo mth 111 exercise 2.4 Question number 7http://support.your-talk.com/t3-uniuyo-mth-111-exercise-2-4-question-number-7http://support.your-talk.com/t3-uniuyo-mth-111-exercise-2-4-question-number-7Admin
Find an equation ax2+bx+c=0 such that the sum of the roots is 10 and the product of the roots is 4.Solution:To solve the problem we apply the formula for forming quadratic equation given below :x2-(sum of roots)x+product of roots=0From the question; Sum of roots=10Product of roots=4Substituting the value in the formula we have the required equation as:x2-10x+4=0End of the solution to question 7 of exercise 2.4. Have any query as regard the solution? Drop your questions or comments now. We are ...Edu-Support ForumSat, 13 Jan 2018 17:45:11 GMThttp://support.your-talk.com/t3-uniuyo-mth-111-exercise-2-4-question-number-7#3uniuyo mth 111 exercise 2.4. Question number 1http://support.your-talk.com/t2-uniuyo-mth-111-exercise-2-4-question-number-1http://support.your-talk.com/t2-uniuyo-mth-111-exercise-2-4-question-number-1Admin
In question number one we are ask to solve by factoring. Here are the solutions:(i) x2-12=0Factorizing gives:x(x-12/x)=0x-12/x=0x=12/xx2=12x=+√12 or -√12x=+2√3 or -2√3(ii) 48-3x2=0Divide through by 3;16-x2=0Rearranging gives; x2-16=0(x+4)(x-4) =0 (sum of 2 squares) x+4=0 or x-4=0x=-4 or 4(iii) x2=2xRearranging gives; x2-2x=0Factorizing gives; x(x-2)=0x-2=0x=2(iv) 2x2+6x=0Dividing through by 2 gives; x2+3x=0Factorizing gives; x(x+3)=0x+3=0x=-3(v) 3x2+30x+72=0Dividing through by 3 gives; x2+10x+24=0i.e. ...Edu-Support ForumSat, 13 Jan 2018 16:46:21 GMThttp://support.your-talk.com/t2-uniuyo-mth-111-exercise-2-4-question-number-1#2