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Form a quadratic equation in the form ax^2+bx+c=0 whose roots are b and twice the negative reciprocal of b.plz explain in detail

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1. root1 = b
root2 = -2/b
(x-b)(x + 2/b) = 0

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2. Why is it x-b shldn't it be x+b

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3. If b is a root, then (x-b) is a factor, since (x-b) = 0 if x=b.

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