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# For what values of m does the equation x^2-x+m=0 possess no

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For what values of m does the equation x^2-x+m=0 possess no [#permalink]  03 Mar 2004, 15:26
For what values of m does the equation x^2-x+m=0 possess no real roots?

4,inf
-inf,-1/4
-1/4, inf
1/4, inf

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-1/4, inf

Solve for b^2 - 4ac < 0
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sunniboy007 wrote:

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Yes, it is 1/4, inf
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