here alpha=a,beta=b   1)Given that a,b are the roots of the equation 2(x)^2-3x+4=0,find the equation whose roots are (a + (1/a)) and( b + (1/b)) (a and 1 are seperate)

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Given quadratic equation

`2x^2+3x+4=0`    ,a  and b are roots this equation. So



1.The equation whose roots are `(a+1/a) and (b+1/b)`








Thus required equation is

 x^2-(sum of the roots)x+product of roots=0




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