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Find the zeroes of the polynomial x²+x-p(p+1).

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This is the basic and exam oriented question from polynomials in which we have given a polynomial x²+x-p(p+1) and we have to find the zeroes of the given polynomial.

Kindly give me a detailed solution of this question

RS Aggarwal, Class 10, chapter 2C, question no 2


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  1. Let f(x)=+xp(p+1)
    above polynomial can be written as ,


    to find the zeroes of f(x), put f(x)=0


    either (xp)=0 or (x+(p+1))=0

    x=p or x=(p+1)

    hence the zeros of the given polynomial are p and (p+1)

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