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# If b and c are constants for which the quadratic equation

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If b and c are constants for which the quadratic equation x^2+bx+c=0 has two different roots, what is the product of the two roots?

1. One of the roots is 3
2. c=6

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24 Feb 2018, 13:58
janchang wrote:
If b and c are constants for which the quadratic equation x^2+bx+c=0 has two different roots, what is the product of the two roots?

1. One of the roots is 3
2. c=6

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