# factorization of x square - 5 x minus 6 value for two numbers P and Q such that

Let p and q are two roots of the equation so in that case,

p+q = -( coefficient of term x in the equation)/ coefficient of term x

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pq= constant term / coefficient of term x

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Hence according to question.

p+q= 5

pq= -6

So option a is correct

Regards

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