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# If b $$\in \beta^+$$ the roots of the equation $$(2 + b)x^2 + (3 + b )x + (4 + b) = 0$$ is

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## $$(2+b)x^{2}+(3+b)x+(4+b) = 0$$$$x = \dfrac{-(3+b)\pm \sqrt{(3+b)^{2}-4(4+b)(2+b)}}{2(2+b)}$$$$= \dfrac{-(3+b)\pm \sqrt{9+b^{2}+6b-4(b^{2}+6b+8)}}{2(2+b)}$$$$= \dfrac{-(3+b)\pm \sqrt{9+b^{2}+6b-4b^{2}-24b-32}}{2(2+b)}$$$$= \dfrac{-(3+b)\pm \sqrt{-3b^{2}-18b-2}}{2(2+b)}$$it has imaginary Roots They will be the Roots of the $$Eq^{n}$$.Mathematics

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