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# If one zero of the polynomial x2 ‒ 4x + 1 is (2 + √3), write the other zero.

It is given in the question that, zero of the polynomial x2 – 4x + 1 is (2 + )

Let the other zero of the polynomial be a

We know that,

Sum of zeros =

2 + √3 + a =

a = 2 - √3

Hence, the other zero of the given polynomial is (2 -√3)

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