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Given a polynomial equation p(x)=0, which expressions could be a pair of irrational roots of the equation?
please help I don't know how to solve this
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kayla

I just did one for you
https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1516928756#1516928756.1516930161
now if you want irrational roots
of a quadratic, what is b^24ac = 5
the sqrt 5 is irrational
so both roots will be irrational
now you could also use the rational roots theorem.
posted by Damon

http://www.purplemath.com/modules/rtnlroot.htm
posted by Damon

Thank you for doing the other one I'm just really struggling with this. sorry to waste your time
posted by kayla
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