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How would one find the discriminant of a quadratic equation?

Asked by nostrich (2points) February 2nd, 2008
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finkelitis's avatar

Do you the quadratic formula? The discriminant is the thing under the square root sign. b^2–4ac.

danzmarvs's avatar

b squared minus 4 ac and it came from the quadratic equation
=b+ the square root of b squared minus 4 times a times c.

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