`\alpha` and `\beta` are the zeros of the polynomial `x^2+4x+3`. The polynomial whose zeros are `1+\frac {\beta}{\alpha}
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`\alpha` and `\beta` are the zeros of the polynomial `x^2+4x+3`. The polynomial whose zeros are `1+\frac {\beta}{\alpha}` and `1+\frac {\alpha}{\beta}` is
A
`3x^2-16x-16`
B
`x^2-16x-16`
C
`x^2-16x+16`
D
`3x^2-16x+16`
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