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ISI2014DCG11
Let $x_1$ and $x_2$ be the roots of the quadratic equation $x^23x+a=0$, and $x_3$ and $x_4$ be the roots of the quadratic equation $x^212x+b=0$. If $x_1, x_2, x_3$ and $x_4 \: (0 < x_1 < x_2 < x_3 < x_4)$ are in $G.P.,$ then $ab$ equals $64$ $5184$ $64$ $5184$
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ISI2014DCG22
The conditions on $a$, $b$ and $c$ under which the roots of the quadratic equation $ax^2+bx+c=0 \: ,a \neq 0, \: b \neq 0 $ and $c \neq 0$, are unequal magnitude but of the opposite signs, are the following: $a$ and $c$ have the same sign while $b$ has the ... $c$ has the opposite sign. $a$ and $c$ have the same sign. $a$, $b$ and $c$ have the same sign.
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ISI2014DCG30
Consider the equation $P(x) =x^3+px^2+qx+r=0$ where $p,q$ and $r$ are all real and positive. State which of the following statements is always correct. All roots of $P(x) = 0$ are real The equation $P(x)=0$ has at least one real root The equation $P(x)=0$ has no negative real root The equation $P(x)=0$ must have one positive and one negative real root
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ISI2014DCG48
If $x$ is real, the set of real values of $a$ for which the function $y=x^2ax+12a^2$ is always greater than zero is $ \frac{2}{3} < a \leq \frac{2}{3}$ $ \frac{2}{3} \leq a < \frac{2}{3}$ $ \frac{2}{3} < a < \frac{2}{3}$ None of these
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ISI2014DCG55
If $a,b,c$ are sides of a triangle $ABC$ such that $x^22(a+b+c)x+3 \lambda (ab+bc+ca)=0$ has real roots then $\lambda < \frac{4}{3}$ $\lambda > \frac{5}{3}$ $\lambda \in \big( \frac{4}{3}, \frac{5}{3}\big)$ $\lambda \in \big( \frac{1}{3}, \frac{5}{3}\big)$
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ISI2015MMA13
The number of real roots of the equation $2 \cos \bigg( \frac{x^2+x}{6} \bigg) = 2^x +2^{x} \text{ is }$ $0$ $1$ $2$ infinitely many
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ISI2015MMA15
The number of real solutions of the equations $(9/10)^x = 3+xx^2$ is $2$ $0$ $1$ none of the above
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ISI2015MMA16
If two real polynomials $f(x)$ and $g(x)$ of degrees $m\: (\geq 2)$ and $n\: (\geq 1)$ respectively, satisfy $f(x^2+1)=f(x)g(x),$ for every $x \in \mathbb{R}$, then $f$ has exactly one real root $x_0$ such that $f’(x_0) \neq 0$ $f$ has exactly one real root $x_0$ such that $f’(x_0) = 0$ $f$ has $m$ distinct real roots $f$ has no real root
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ISI2015DCG7
Let $x^22(4k1)x+15k^22k7>0$ for any real value of $x$. Then the integer value of $k$ is $2$ $4$ $3$ $1$
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ISI2015DCG25
If $\alpha$ and $\beta$ be the roots of the equation $x^2+3x+4=0$, then the equation with roots $(\alpha + \beta)^2$ and $(\alpha – \beta)^2$ is $x^2+2x+63=0$ $x^263x+2=0$ $x^22x63=0$ None of the above
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ISI2015DCG26
If $r$ be the ratio of the roots of the equation $ax^{2}+bx+c=0,$ then $\frac{r}{b}=\frac{r+1}{ac}$ $\frac{r+1}{b}=\frac{r}{ac}$ $\frac{(r+1)^{2}}{r}=\frac{b^{2}}{ac}$ $\left(\frac{r}{b}\right)^{2}=\frac{r+1}{ac}$
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ISI2015DCG28
If one root of a quadratic equation $ax^2+bx+c=0$ be equal to the $n^{th}$ power of the other, then $(ac)^{\frac{n}{n+1}} +b=0$ $(ac)^{\frac{n+1}{n}} +b=0$ $(ac^{n})^{\frac{1}{n+1}} +(a^nc)^{\frac{1}{n+1}}+b=0$ $(ac^{\frac{1}{n+1}})^n +(a^{\frac{1}{n+1}}c)^{n+1}+b=0$
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ISI2015DCG29
The condition that ensures that the roots of the equation $x^3px^2+qxr=0$ are in $H.P.$ is $r^29pqr+q^3=0$ $27r^29pqr+3q^3=0$ $3r^327pqr9q^3=0$ $27r^29pqr+2q^3=0$
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ISI2015DCG30
Let $p,q,r,s$ be real numbers such that $pr=2(q+s)$. Consider the equations $x^2+px+q=0$ and $x^2+rx+s=0$. Then at least one of the equations has real roots both these equations have real roots neither of these equations have real roots given data is not sufficient to arrive at any conclusion
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ISI2016DCG7
Let $x^{2}2(4k1)x+15k^{2}2k7>0$ for any real value of $x$. Then the integer value of $k$ is $2$ $4$ $3$ $1$
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ISI2016DCG25
If $\alpha$ and $\beta$ be the roots of the equation $x^{2}+3x+4=0,$ then the equation with roots $(\alpha+\beta)^{2}$ and $(\alpha\beta)^{2}$ is $x^{2}+2x+63=0$ $x^{2}63x+2=0$ $x^{2}2x63=0$ None of these
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ISI2016DCG26
If $r$ be the ratio of the roots of the equation $ax^{2}+bx+c=0,$ then $\frac{r}{b}=\frac{r+1}{ac}$ $\frac{r+1}{b}=\frac{r}{ac}$ $\frac{(r+1)^{2}}{r}=\frac{b^{2}}{ac}$ $\left(\frac{r}{b}\right)^{2}=\frac{r+1}{ac}$
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ISI2016DCG28
If one root of a quadratic equation $ax^{2}+bx+c=0$ be equal to the n th power of the other, then $(ac)^{\frac{n}{n+1}}+b=0$ $(ac)^{\frac{n+1}{n}}+b=0$ $(ac^{n})^{\frac{1}{n+1}}+(a^{n}c)^{\frac{1}{n+1}}+b=0$ $(ac^\frac{1}{n+1})^{n}+(a^\frac{1}{n+1}c)^{n+1}+b=0$
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ISI2016DCG29
The condition that ensures that the roots of the equation $x^{3}px^{2}+qxr=0$ are in H.P. is $r^{2}9pqr+q^{3}=0$ $27r^{2}9pqr+3q^{3}=0$ $3r^{3}27pqr9q^{3}=0$ $27r^{2}9pqr+2q^{3}=0$
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ISI2016DCG30
Let $p,q,r,s$ be real numbers such that $pr=2(q+s).$ Consider the equations $x^{2}+px+q=0$ and $x^{2}+rx+s=0.$ Then at least one of the equations has real roots. both these equations have real roots. neither of these equations have real roots. given data is not sufficient to arrive at any conclusion.
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ISI2017DCG5
The sum of the squares of the roots of $x^2(a2)xa1=0$ becomes minimum when $a$ is $0$ $1$ $2$ $5$
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ISI2016PCBA1
If $\alpha, \beta, \gamma$ are the roots of the equation $x^3+6x+1=0$, then prove that $\frac{\alpha}{\beta} + \frac{\beta}{\alpha} + \frac{\beta}{\gamma}+ \frac{\gamma}{\beta} + \frac{\gamma}{\alpha}+ \frac{\alpha}{\gamma}=3.$
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ISI2016MMA3
The number of real roots of the equation $2 \cos \big(\frac{x^2+x}{6}\big)=2^x+2^{x}$ is $0$ $1$ $2$ $\infty$
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ISI2016MMA29
Suppose $a$ is a real number for which all the roots of the equation $x^4 2ax^2+x+a^2a=0$ are real. Then $a<\frac{2}{3}$ $a=0$ $0<a<\frac{3}{4}$ $a \geq \frac{3}{4}$
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GATE2018 EE: GA4
For what values of $k$ given below is $\dfrac{(k + 2)^2}{(k  3)}$ an integer? $4, 8, 18$ $4, 10, 16$ $4, 8, 28$ $8, 26, 28$
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GATE2018 ME1: GA7
Given that $a$ and $b$ are integers and $a+a^2 b^3$ is odd, which of the following statements is correct? $a$ and $b$ are both odd $a$ and $b$ are both even $a$ is even and $b$ is odd $a$ is odd and $b$ is even
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ISI 2015 PCB A2
Find all real solutions of the equation $x^{2}  x1  3 = 0$
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GATE2016 EC2: GA4
Given $(9 \text{ inches}) ^{\frac{1}{2}} = (0.25\text{ yards}) ^{\frac{1}{2}},$ which one of the following statements is TRUE? $3$ inches = $0.5$ yards $9$ inches = $1.5$ yards $9$ inches = $0.25$ yards $81$ inches = $0.0625$ yards
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Radix+Quadratic equation
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UGCNETJune2013III11
The golden ratio $\varphi$ and its conjugate $\bar{\varphi}$ both satisfy the equation $x^3 –x1=0$ $x^3 +x1=0$ $x^2 –x1=0$ $x^2 +x1=0$
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