## Basic Algebra

Let p, q be the roots of the equation x2−3x+2=0.

The quadratic equation having roots 2p and 2q is:

The quadratic equation having roots 2p and 2q is:

**Options:**

A. | x2−3x+4=0 |

B. | x2−6x−8=0 |

C. | x2−6x+4=0 |

D. | x2−6x+8=0 |

**Answer: Option D**

: D

Substitute x by(x2) The equation becomes:(x2)2−3(x2)+2=0,x2−6x+8=0.

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