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awarded  Self-Learner
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answered Factorization problem
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comment Factorization problem
I figured out how to complete my own answer only after the three answers below had already been submitted, so I didn't know if I should have presented it as a comment, as a brand new answer, or like an edit.
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accepted Factorization problem
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comment Factorization problem
The roots would be $10$ and $6$ actually, which have sum of 16. You can also check that by substituting $k=4$ in $m+n = 4k$. But your reasoning was the important part and it was great, thx! It actually helped me complete mine.
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comment Factorization problem
Those were some pretty awesome tricks you used there :)
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asked Factorization problem
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accepted Second solution for search of negative roots
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comment Second solution for search of negative roots
@Deven: You're right, I probably should've chosen a better word, even because I didn't really test anything.
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comment Second solution for search of negative roots
Yeah, Robert, I can. I put it that way because the question bothers only about the negative roots.
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comment Second solution for search of negative roots
I don't think so. I'm reading your link at the moment, though. What you got?
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awarded  Editor
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comment Second solution for search of negative roots
O yeah, my bad. Thx.
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asked Second solution for search of negative roots