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if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then
(x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(degree) is how much?

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if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then (x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(..

Zero(0).
(x-a)(x-b).....(x-x)(x-y)(x-z)=0 [since (x-x) gives 0 and
the values are multiplied].

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if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then (x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(..

b'coz there would be a term (x-x)that is equal to 0,and
0*(any number)=0.

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if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then (x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(..

the answer is 0........ there will be a term which will be
(x-x) , and since it is multiplication , the whole term will
be zero

thank u

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if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then (x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(..

The degree is 26 [but the answer of that question is 0.
(x-x)makes the whole equation (0)to the power 26. Zero power
any thing is 0]

 Is This Answer Correct ? 7 Yes 4 No

if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then (x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(..

the answer is zero(0). because (x-x)=0

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if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then (x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(..

the correct is the answer but bil be the right

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if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then (x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(..

0 because (x-x)=0

 Is This Answer Correct ? 0 Yes 1 No

if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then (x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(..

ans 0 because of (x-x)=0

 Is This Answer Correct ? 0 Yes 1 No

if (x-a) power(degree) is 1 and (x-a)(x-b) power is 2 then (x-a)(x-b).........upto ...(x-z) power(..

degree is 26

 Is This Answer Correct ? 20 Yes 22 No

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