(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. Consider the quadratic equation ax^2+px+aq+q=0 where a does not equal to zero & p and q are constants . It is known that one of the roots of the quadratic equation is always 1 regardless of the value of a. Prove that p+q=0

3. I have tried to factorize it and it became x(ax+p)+q(a+1)=0 but thats it. I kinda stuck /b]

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# Homework Help: Quadratic equation problem

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