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E. None of these
The integral solutions of the inequality are
B. 2 , 3
C. 2 , 3 , 4
D. 3 , 4
E. 3 , 5
If are the roots of then
If , then find the value of x
If are the roots of then the equation whose roots are is
If are the roots of the equation then which of the following is true?
If , then find the value of
If has (x-2) as a factor and leaves a remainder 3 when divided by (x-3), then find the value of a+b
The function f(x) is given by b and c having specific numerical values. On replacing x
by a number 2 greater than itself, f(x) increases by 12. What is the value of x ?
E. Cannot be determined
If then which of the following statements is true?
A. 0 < M < 20
B. 20 < M < 30
C. M > 30
D. 10 < M < 20
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