Settle, if there exist in pairs different rational numers, that polynomials
P(x) = [tex]x^{3}[/tex] + ax^{2} + bx +c and Q(x)= x^{3} +bx^{2} + cx + a
they have a common irrational element.
Guest wrote:Settle, if there exist in pairs different rational numers, that polynomials
P(x) = [tex]x^{3}[/tex] + a[tex]x^{2}[/tex] + bx +c and Q(x)= [tex]x^{3}[/tex] +b[tex]x^{2}[/tex] + cx + a
they have a common irrational element.
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