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## Homework Statement

If the roots of the equation ax^2+bx+c=0 are α , β and if the roots of the equation a′x^2+b′x+c′=0 are (α +γ) , (β+γ) , prove that :

a′^2(b^2-4ac)=a^2+(b′^2-4a′c′)

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If the roots of the equation ax^2+bx+c=0 are α , β and if the roots of the equation a′x^2+b′x+c′=0 are (α +γ) , (β+γ) , prove that :

a′^2(b^2-4ac)=a^2+(b′^2-4a′c′)

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