find the discriminate in each of the following quadratic equations. (1) √3x^2 – 2√2x – 2 √3=0

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find the discriminate in each of the following quadratic equations. (1) √3x^2 – 2√2x – 2 √3=0

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Rylee 4 months 2021-07-06T16:24:38+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-07-06T16:26:18+00:00

    Solution:

    To find discriminant, we have formula:

    ⇒D =b²-4ac

    Here,

    • D=Discriminant
    • b=coefficient of x
    • a=coefficient of x²
    • c=Constant term

    By substituting all values:

    D=(-2√2)²-4(√3)(-2√3)

    D=8+24

    D=32

    Required value of D is 32.

    More:-

    • When value of D is +ve then the quadratic equation will have two distinct roots.
    • When value of D is -ve then the quadratic equation will have no real roots.
    • When value of D is 0 then the quadratic equation will have two equal roots.
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    2021-07-06T16:26:26+00:00

    Step-by-step explanation:

    b^2-4ac

    (-2√2)^2-4(√3)(-2√3)

    (8)-4(√3)(-2√3)

    8-4(-6)

    8+24

    32

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