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3) Suppose we begin with the quadratic equation
We know the roots of the equation are given by the quadratic formula,
Now let a, b, and c be all positive single digit integers (that is, from 1 to 9). For example, one such quadratic equation can be (a=3, b=4, c=1)
Of all the possible quadratic equations of this type, if one equation is randomly picked, what is the probability that the roots of the equation will be rational?
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