If one of the root of a quadratic equation with rational coefficients is rational, then other root must be
• a)
Imaginary
• b)
Irrational
• c)
Rational
• d)
None of these

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 Ishanya Singh Jan 31, 2020
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 Ambrishi Jan 24, 2022
Rational

 Kamna Science Academy Feb 18, 2022
Also, αβ = r/p, which is also rational. α + β = (a+√b) + (a-√b) = 2a, a rational number and, αβ = (a+√b)(a-√b) = a² - b, a rational number. So, the other root of a quadratic equation having the one root as (a+√b) is (a-√b), where a and b are rational numbers.

 Chauhan Dilipsinh Jan 18, 2022
And. b

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