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Ujakar and Keshab attempted to solve a quadratic equation. Ujakar made a mistake in writing down the constant term. He ended up with the roots $(4, 3).$ Keshab made a mistake in writing down the coefficient of $x.$ He got the root as $(3, 2).$ What will be the exact roots of the original quadratic equation?

  1. $(6, 1)$
  2. $(–3, –4)$
  3. $(4, 3)$
  4. $(–4, –3)$
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