The discriminant of 0 = a + bx +cx^5, c is not equal to 0, is c?State true or false?Give reason? Learning is like eating it does not matter how much you eat it matters how much you digest.
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Is "discriminant" defined for equations of degree 5?
DIscriminant for cubic function is = -4b3d + b2C2 -4ac3 +18abcd - 27 a2d2 See in wikipedia
Originally Posted by puneet DIscriminant for cubic function is = -4b3d + b2C2 -4ac3 +18abcd - 27 a2d2 See in wikipedia Yes, but you wrote 0 = a + bx +cx^5, which is rather 0=a+bx+cx^3 isn't it ? The discriminant of is Here, m=c, n=0, p=b and q=a. Thus the discriminant is : But I don't quite understand your question...
Very wrong question has been asked It is of degree 5. Learning is like eating it is not how much you can eat but how much you can digest.
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