Let `p` and `q` be non-zero integers. Consider the polynomial `A(x) =.x^2 + px + q`. It is given that `(x - m)` and `(

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Q 1649256113.     Let `p` and `q` be non-zero integers. Consider the
polynomial `A(x) =.x^2 + px + q`. It is given that
`(x - m)` and `(x - km)` are simple factors of `A (x)`,
where `m` is a non-zero integer and `k` is a positive
integer, `kge2`. Which one of the following is
correct `?`
CDS 2016
A

`(k + 1 )^2p^2 = kq`

B

`(k+1)^2q =kp^2`

C

`kq^2 =(k+1)p^2`

D

`k^2p^2 = (k+1)^2q`

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