Shashank Asked a Question
September 12, 2020 2:11 pmpts 30 pts
if px) is polynomial and k e R, prove that between any two real roots of p(x) =0, there is a roots of p'(x)+ k p(x) = 0. Ex.
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  • Deepak singh thankyou
    see attached proof
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    Shashank
    how to know that we need to take f(x) = e^kx × p(x)
  • Deepak singh
    if any doubt then ask
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    Shashank
    how to know that we need to take f(x) = e^kx × p(x)