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leehuan

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I only need the second part of part (iii). Everything else I could get out but I get something wrong for the proof.









I had the four roots being alpha, alpha, 1/alpha, 1/alpha

But then I get 4B = A^2, without the eight
 

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I only need the second part of part (iii). Everything else I could get out but I get something wrong for the proof.









I had the four roots being alpha, alpha, 1/alpha, 1/alpha

But then I get 4B = A^2, without the eight




 

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