Hi,

Can anyone please guide me how to solve this problem:

If α, b, g are the roots of the equation

3x^3─5x^2 + 2x + 5 = 0

Find the equation whose roots are

α^2 + b^2 + bα , b^2 + g^2 + gb, g^2 + α^2 + gα

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- Nov 13th 2008, 03:07 PMmailquarkFinding Equation
Hi,

Can anyone please guide me how to solve this problem:

If α, b, g are the roots of the equation

3x^3─5x^2 + 2x + 5 = 0

Find the equation whose roots are

α^2 + b^2 + bα , b^2 + g^2 + gb, g^2 + α^2 + gα - Nov 15th 2008, 01:20 AMTwigHi
After you have solved the original equation for the roots then you have the "formula" for generating new

roots for another equation.

You insert the these values in the formulas you gave, and you can now

do the following:

I think this is they way to do it, but I am kinda in a hurry so if I am wrong, I apologize (Hi)

GL!