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Homework Help: Math (Quadratics)

Posted by Drake on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 10:41am.

If the quadratic equation for x
{1+(a+b)^2}x^2−2(2a+2b+1)x+5=0
has real roots, what is the value of
a^3+b^3+6ab+a+b?

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