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    Member grgrsanjay's Avatar
    May 2010
    chennai,tamil nadu

    Post theory of equations

    1. \;\boxed{px^2 - (p-1)x - \dfrac{(p^3-3p+2)}{(p-5)(p-6)}} where p>1 is negative for atleast one negative x then p does not belong to
    (a) [2,5]
    (b) [6,I]
    (c) [1,2]
    (D) [3,4]

    where I --> infinity
    Last edited by grgrsanjay; Aug 10th 2010 at 09:01 AM.
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