﻿ If alpha and beta are the zeros of p(y)= 5y^2 - 7y +1 find the value of alpha/beeta + beeta/ alpha
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# If alpha and beta are the zeros of p(y)= 5y^2 - 7y +1 find the value of alpha/beeta + beeta/ alpha

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