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The students while solving a quadratic equation in $x$, one copied the constant term incorrectly and got the roots 3 and 2. The other copied the constant term and coefficient of $x^2 $ as $-6$ and $1$ respectively. The correct roots are:
\[(a)\;3,-2 \quad (b)\;-3,2 \quad (c)\;-6,-1 \quad (d)\;6,-1\]
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(d) 6,-1
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