Originally Posted by Plato If there are two real roots. The question says to prove that x^2+2kx-5 has two real roots That means I need to assume that its discriminant is >0. Which is k^2+5. k^2+5 has no real roots, therefore there is no way I can prove the equation has real roots.

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