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3 April, 13:39

Anderson uses the discriminant to correctly find the number of real solutions of the quadratic equation one-halfx2 + 4x + 8 = 0. Which explanation could Anderson provide?

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  1. 3 April, 15:05
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    The discriminant of ax^2+bx+c is b^2-4ac.

    If the discriminant, d, is:

    d<0, there are no real solutions (there are two imaginary solutions however)

    d=0, there is one real solution

    d>0, there are two real solutions

    In this case d=16-32=-16 so there are two imaginary solutions. Or from your answer choices, it can be said that there are no real number solutions becuse the discriminant is less than zero.
  2. 3 April, 15:19
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    The equation has no real number solutions because the discriminant is less than 0.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Its C on edg
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