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April 17th, 2012, 02:14 AM   #1
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Prove that there exists a quadratic polynomial R(x)

Let P(x) = ax^2 + bx + c be a quadratic polynomial with integral coef-fcients (a 6 =/= 0). Prove that there exists a quadratic polynomial R(x) with integral coedfficients such that the polynomial P(R(x)) could be decomposed into a product of two quadratic polynomials with integral coeffients.
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Re: Prove that there exists a quadratic polynomial R(x)

(a 6 =/= 0).

I meant a different from 0. Is there a way to edit a post I wrote?
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