A student attempted to solve a quadratic equation in $x$ twice. However, in the first attempt, he incorrectly wrote the constant term and ended up with the roots as $(4, 3)$. In the second attempt, he incorrectly wrote down the coefficient of $x$ and got the roots as $(3, 2)$. Based on the above information, the roots of the correct quadratic equation are $(-3, 4)$ $(3, -4)$ $(6, 1)$ $(4, 2)$

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Jun 15
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