# If alpha and beta are the are zeros of polynomial x^{2} -2x-15 then form a quadratic polynomial whose zeros are 2alpha and 2beta

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2015-04-24T23:01:58+05:30

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Simply replace by to get an equation whose roots are  times the roots of above equation :

2015-04-25T03:52:30+05:30

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P(x)  =  x² - 2 x - 15  = 0    has solutions (roots) : α and β.
Sum of roots = - coefficient of x: =>   α + β = 2
product of roots = constant term  =>   α β = - 15

then 2α + 2β = 4      and  2α * 2β  = -15 * 4 = - 60

quadratic polynomial :  x² - (sum of roots) x + product of roots.
The quadratic polynomial :  x² - 4 x - 60