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Homework Help: amath

Posted by Candy on Monday, June 3, 2013 at 9:57pm.

The roots of the quadratic equation x^2-mx+n=0 ,where m and n are integers ,are a and 1/4a.
(i)Find the sum and product of its roots
(ii)show that 4m^2=25n

How to do part 2 ?

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