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posted by saad anis .
if a=5 b=108 c=190
then find the equation whose roots are double the root s of a,b,c......

(x10)(x216)(x380) = 0
You can multiply that out to get a messy cubic equation.
The roots will be 10, 108 and 190, which are twice a, b and c.
Is that what the question asks for? It is a bit confusing. "The roots of a,b,c.." doesn't make much sense. 
yeh man the roots of abc

a, b and c are constants and have no roots. Equations have roots
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