This practice GMAT test includes only quadratic equations questions, which are part of the GMAT problem solving section.
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If are real and distinct then is always
E. None of these
The condition that one root of the equation exceeds the other by is
If the two equations and have a common root and the second equation has equal roots, then
If but then the equations whose roots are and is
If the roots of the equation are in the ratio 5 : 4, then ?
If the difference of the roots of the equation is equal to the difference of the roots of the equation and then find .
If the roots of and are simultaneously real, then
If the coefficient of in the quadratic equation was taken as 17 in place of 13,its roots were found to be -2 and -15 the roots of the original equation are
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