Complex Roots

Algebra Level 3

If \(\alpha\) and \(\beta\) are the roots of \((x-\sqrt{2003})(x-\sqrt{2002}) = \sqrt{2004} \), the the roots of the equation \( (x- \alpha)(x- \beta) = -\sqrt{2004} \) are:

(A) \(\sqrt{2003} , \sqrt{2002} \).
(B) \(\sqrt{2002} , \sqrt{2004} \).
(C) \(\sqrt{2003-\alpha} , \sqrt{2002-\beta} \).
(D) \(\sqrt{2003} + \sqrt{2002} , \sqrt{2003} - \sqrt{2002} \).

×

Problem Loading...

Note Loading...

Set Loading...