\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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Q 2979801716.     \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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