show that if k is any real number, the equation x^2 + (k+1)x + k = 0 always has real roots. For what value of k are the roots equal?
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Originally Posted by casey_k show that if k is any real number, the equation x^2 + (k+1)x + k = 0 always has real roots. For what value of k are the roots equal? For these to be real Is this true for all real numbers ? For these to be EQUAL
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