the discriminal of quadratic equation x²-2x+1= 0 of the value will be: Question the discriminal of quadratic equation x²-2x+1= 0 of the value will be: in progress 0 Math Rylee 3 months 2021-11-06T18:45:24+00:00 2021-11-06T18:45:24+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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☯ c = +1

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The quadratic formula states:

For

the values of x

which are the solutions to the equation are given by:

The discriminate is the portion of the quadratic equation within the radical:

If the discriminate is:

– Positive, you will get two real solutions

– Zero you get just ONE solution

– Negative you get complex solutions

To find the discriminant for this problem substitute:

## a=1

## b=2

## c=-1

Therefore, this quadratic would have two real solutions.