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Types of Roots of Quadratic Equations
Types of Roots of Quadratic Equations
2.2
Types of Roots of Quadratic Equations
\(\blacksquare\)
The type of roots of a quadratic equation
\(ax^2+bx+c=0\)
can be determined by finding the value of
discriminant
,
\(b^2-4ac\)
.
\(b^2-4ac \gt 0\)
Two different real roots
\(b^2-4ac=0\)
Two equal real roots
\(b^2-4ac \lt 0\)
No real roots
Chapter : Quadratic Functions
Topic : Types of Roots of Quadratic Equations
Form 4
Additional Mathematics
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