What have you tried so far?
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Ok, seeing the hypothesis i said: there are roots of the equation because its equivalent to . I set d and e in the given relation. and then i get stuck.
Ok, seeing the hypothesis i said: there are roots of the equation because its equivalent to . I set d and e in the given relation. and then i get stuck.
You're almost there. What is the discriminant of this quadratic? If you subtract 4ac from the given inequality, you will conclude that
("the discriminant") >= 0
and this implies that the quadratic has >= 1 real root.