anonymous
  • anonymous
Let p and q are roots of x^2+x+3=0 find the value of p^33 + q^33
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anonymous
  • anonymous
use binomial theorem and then use the expression for sum of the roots and the product of the roots for the quadratic. i think this should work out,
anonymous
  • anonymous
can u give specific explaination of it, what like binomial do u mean ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
why not just use the formula to find the roots then sub in the values?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
the quadratic equation formula
anonymous
  • anonymous
(-b(+-)root(b^2-4ac))/2a
anonymous
  • anonymous
no the sum of the roots is given by -b/a and product by c/a
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea, i know the quadratic equation formula.. but i dont think it will work
anonymous
  • anonymous
try using eulers substitution as the roots are complex..
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm... yea, just look from the discriminant value it obvious, the roots are complexs

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