`\alpha` and `\beta` are the zeros of the polynomial `x^2+4x+3`. The polynomial whose zeros are `1+\frac {\beta}{\alpha}

Ask a Question


Question Asked by a Student from EXXAMM.com Team


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`

HINT


Solution
(Provided By a Student and Checked/Corrected by EXXAMM.com Team)

Find instant solution to any question from our database of 1.5 Lakh + Questions

 


Access free resources including

  • 100% free video lectures with detailed notes and examples
  • Previous Year Papers
  • Mock Tests
  • Practices question categorized in topics and 4 levels with detailed solutions
  • Syllabus & Pattern Analysis

Engineering


Medical


Banking


DEFENCE


SSC


RRB


CBSE-NCERT


OLYMPIAD