Let f(x)=axsquare+bx+c. Given that "a" is a positive integer, the roots of f(x)=0 are positive integers, f(1) is a prime number and f(k)=-55 where "k" is a positive integer, find the larger of the two roots of f(x)=0.
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Let f(x)=axsquare+bx+c. Given that "a" is a positive integer, the roots of f(x)=0 are positive integers, f(1) is a prime number and f(k)=-55 where "k" is a positive integer, find the larger of the two roots of f(x)=0.
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