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A.\[{{z}^{2}}+z+1=0\]

B. \[{{z}^{2}}-7z+1=0\]

C. \[{{z}^{2}}+7z+1=0\]

D. \[{{z}^{2}}+7z-1=0\]

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Hint: - For solving this particular type of question, we need to follow the following procedure to get to the solution which is as follows

1.First we will find the roots of the given quadratic equation.

2.Then we will let one of the roots of the given equation to be \[{{\alpha }_{o}}\] and then we will let one of the new roots be \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] .

3.As we know that \[{{\alpha }_{n}}=\dfrac{1 + \alpha }{2-\alpha }\] and \[{{\alpha }_{o}}=\alpha \] as given in the question.

4.Now, we will put the value of \[{{\alpha }_{o}}\] in \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] .

5.Now, we will solve for \[{{\alpha }_{o}}\] and get it in terms of \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] and then put this value in the given quadratic equation.

6.On simplifying, we will get the new quadratic equation of which \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] is a root.

Complete step-by-step answer:

As mentioned in the question, we have to find the quadratic equation of which \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] is a root.

So, following the procedure given in the hint, we can get to the new quadratic equation as follows

\[{{\alpha }_{n}}=\dfrac{1+{{\alpha }_{o}}}{2-{{\alpha }_{o}}}\]

On simplifying, we get the following as the result which is

\[{{\alpha }_{o}}=\dfrac{2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1}{{{\alpha }_{n}}+1}\]

Now, as we have got \[{{\alpha }_{o}}\] in terms of \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] , now, we will put this value in the given quadratic equation to get the new quadratic equation which is as follows

\[\begin{align}

& \alpha {{{}_{o}}^{2}}-{{\alpha }_{0}}-1=0 \\

& {{\left( \dfrac{2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1}{{{\alpha }_{n}}+1} \right)}^{2}}-\left( \dfrac{2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1}{{{\alpha }_{n}}+1} \right)-1=0 \\

& {{\left( 2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1 \right)}^{2}}-\left( 2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1 \right)\left( {{\alpha }_{n}}+1 \right)-{{\left( {{\alpha }_{n}}+1 \right)}^{2}}=0 \\

& \alpha {{{}_{n}}^{2}}-7{{\alpha }_{n}}+1=0 \\

\end{align}\]

Hence, the new equation of which the given roots are zeros is as follows

\[{{z}^{2}}-7z+1=0\].

Note: -The students can make an error if the students don’t know the correct procedure which is given in the hint for finding the new quadratic equation or the quadratic equation of which the given roots are zeros.

1.First we will find the roots of the given quadratic equation.

2.Then we will let one of the roots of the given equation to be \[{{\alpha }_{o}}\] and then we will let one of the new roots be \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] .

3.As we know that \[{{\alpha }_{n}}=\dfrac{1 + \alpha }{2-\alpha }\] and \[{{\alpha }_{o}}=\alpha \] as given in the question.

4.Now, we will put the value of \[{{\alpha }_{o}}\] in \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] .

5.Now, we will solve for \[{{\alpha }_{o}}\] and get it in terms of \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] and then put this value in the given quadratic equation.

6.On simplifying, we will get the new quadratic equation of which \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] is a root.

Complete step-by-step answer:

As mentioned in the question, we have to find the quadratic equation of which \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] is a root.

So, following the procedure given in the hint, we can get to the new quadratic equation as follows

\[{{\alpha }_{n}}=\dfrac{1+{{\alpha }_{o}}}{2-{{\alpha }_{o}}}\]

On simplifying, we get the following as the result which is

\[{{\alpha }_{o}}=\dfrac{2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1}{{{\alpha }_{n}}+1}\]

Now, as we have got \[{{\alpha }_{o}}\] in terms of \[{{\alpha }_{n}}\] , now, we will put this value in the given quadratic equation to get the new quadratic equation which is as follows

\[\begin{align}

& \alpha {{{}_{o}}^{2}}-{{\alpha }_{0}}-1=0 \\

& {{\left( \dfrac{2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1}{{{\alpha }_{n}}+1} \right)}^{2}}-\left( \dfrac{2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1}{{{\alpha }_{n}}+1} \right)-1=0 \\

& {{\left( 2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1 \right)}^{2}}-\left( 2{{\alpha }_{n}}-1 \right)\left( {{\alpha }_{n}}+1 \right)-{{\left( {{\alpha }_{n}}+1 \right)}^{2}}=0 \\

& \alpha {{{}_{n}}^{2}}-7{{\alpha }_{n}}+1=0 \\

\end{align}\]

Hence, the new equation of which the given roots are zeros is as follows

\[{{z}^{2}}-7z+1=0\].

Note: -The students can make an error if the students don’t know the correct procedure which is given in the hint for finding the new quadratic equation or the quadratic equation of which the given roots are zeros.

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