As the title states, find the roots of
x^2 + (k^2 +1 all over k)x + 1 = 0
I would perfer a solution using the quadratic formula.
Um yes, I solved the problem the same way. My problem is my teacher said to use the quadratic formula. It would seem ridiculous to do so since it requires so much work, but I guess i'm a bit curious on how to solve it using the quadratic formula as well. But Thank you nonetheless to both of you =)