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    Intermediate value problem 2

    the following term:

    27^{(q^2)}+4 p^3<0

    and i need to prove that there are three real roots to this function:

    x^3+px+q=0
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannee View Post
    the following term:

    27^{(q^2)}+4 p^3<0

    and i need to prove that there are three real roots to this function:

    x^3+px+q=0
    You asked the same question here:
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