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Find the result if the sumn of the roots of y= x^2+3x-5 is added to the product of the roots.

1. The roots are [-3 +/-sqrt29]/2
+1.19258 and -4.19258

The sum of the roots is -3
The product of the roots is
(9/4) - (29/4) = -5

Add them together and you get -8

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