For which values of the constant d does the function x^2+(d-1)x+d have only one solution? State an exact answer. Thank you in advance!
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Originally Posted by Anna55 For which values of the constant d does the function x^2+(d-1)x+d have only one solution? State an exact answer. Thank you in advance! What value(s) of make the discriminant zero. You know:
I do not understand. Don't I need to know the value of a and c to make the discriminant equal zero?
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