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23 January, 07:11

If x=6 is the only x intercept of the graph of a quadratic equation which statement best descibes the discriminant of the equation The discriminant is 0.

The discriminant is 6.

The discriminant is positive.

The discriminant is negative.

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  1. 23 January, 08:23
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    The correct answer would be:

    Answer: the discriminant is 0.

    Because we have only one solution:

    Then, the discriminant (b²-4ac) have to be equal to 0.

    ax²+bx+c=0

    x=[-b⁺₋√ (b²-4ac) ]/2a = (-b⁺₋0) / 2a=-b/2a (this is only one solution)
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