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# This is a repost, hopefully someone can check

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The equation $\frac{x}{x+1} + \frac{x}{x+2} = kx$has exactly two complex roots. Find all possible complex values for $k.$  Enter all the possible values, separated by commas.

Okay, so I know Cphill has answered this already, but the problem is that the question is asking for a list of values in commas, the answer Cphill, and what I got later both indicate interval notation which is k^2<4 meaning k>2i, and k<-2i, pls help I am confuzzled.

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Please give the address of the original post.

Dec 27, 2020
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See this:

https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help_98900

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Thanks very much guest for finding that ancient thread  (I assume there is a newer one as well)

It seems this question has already been answered to the best ability of most, if not all, people here.

I have unlocked the linked question if anyone wants to add to it.

Do not answer directly on this thread

Dec 27, 2020