Posted by **austin** on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at 3:35am.

Consider the polynomial f(x)=17x4+21x3+60x2+Ax+B. Suppose that for every root λ of f(x)=0, 1λ is also a root of f(x)=0. What is the value of A+B?

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