The equation ax^2-2*x*sqrt2+c=0 has real constants a and c with a zero discriminant. Determin all roots of the equation
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Originally Posted by Godfather The equation ax^2-2*x*sqrt2+c=0 has real constants a and c with a zero discriminant. Determin all roots of the equation Case 1, a=0 Then we have, -2x*sqrt(2)+c=0 Then, x=c/(2*sqrt(2)) Is the only solution. Case 2, a not =0 Then, x=2*sqrt(2)/2a=sqrt(2)/a As the only solution.
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