- (c) a=26=-3 (d) a =2,6 = 3 111. L...
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- (c) a=26=-3 (d) a =2,6 = 3 111. Let a (a) and B(a) be the roots of the equation (3/1+a - 1) x2 - (1 + a - 1) x + ((1+a - 1 = 0, where a>- 1. Then, lim a (a) and lim B(a) are [2012 AIEEE (2) -- and 1 (b) - and -1 (c) -- and 2 (d) and 3 470" 4-07

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( (sqrt[3]{1+a}-1) x^{2}-(sqrt{1+a}-1) x+(sqrt[5]{1+a}-1)=0 ) ( alpha(a), beta(a) ) are roots [ alpha(a)+beta(a)=frac{sqrt{1+a}-1}{sqrt[3]{1+a}-1} quad alpha(a) B(a)=frac{6 sqrt{+a}-1}{sqrt[3]{1+a}} ] Apply At ( begin{array}{ll}text { atot } & text { b both equis }end{array} ) ( (m-n)^{2}=1 / 4 ) ( 2 m=3 frac{1}{2} ) ( m-n=pm 1 / 2 ) ( n)=left(begin{array}{ll}1 & 1end{array}right) )
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