Call Support +91-85588-96644
TCY online

Login

Sign Up

Please enter a Username or Email ID
Please enter a password
Keep me logged in
Please enter your name
Please enter your mobile number
You can't leave Captcha Code empty
By submitting this form, you agree to the Terms & Privacy Policy.
OR

Sign Up via Facebook

Sign Up via Google

Sign Up via Twitter

Download Software
Tests given

Download TCY App

OR
App Image
Discussion

PREPARATION FOR EAMCET

Shared from Quadratic Equations - 1 on Apr 11, 2016 7:28 PM

The equation x - = 2 - has

 
infinitely many roots
two roots
one root
no root

Reply


Please type your answer before submitting.
Submit

X can't be 1 otherwise denominator X-1 will become 0 and equation will result in infinity so only one root possible

In question it was asked x-2/x-1 = 2-2/x-1 But in answer its said that x-2/x-1 = 1-2/x-1 ??????

Wrong explanation