Posted by **lee** on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 7:06pm.

a polynomial equation with rational coefficients has the roots 7+sgrt3, 2-sgrt6 find two additional roots

7-sgrt3, 2+sgrt6

3-sgrt7, 6+sgrt2

7+sgrt3, 2-sgrt6

3+sgrt7, 6=sgrt2

could someone help

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