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Q: What is meant by the determinant of a math equation?

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The determinant.The determinant is the part under the square root of the quadratic equation and is:b2-4ac where your quadratic is of the form: ax2+bx+cIf the determinant is less than zero then you have 'no real solutions' (as the square root of a negative number is imaginary.)If the determinant is = 0, then you have one real solution (because you can discount the square root of the quadratic equation)If the determinant is greater than zero you have two real solutions as you have (-b PLUS OR MINUS the square root of the determinant) all over 2aTo find the solutions where they exist you'll need to solve the quadratic formula or use another method.

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That's a special calculation done on square matrices - for example, on a 2 x 2 matrix, or on a 3 x 3 matrix. For details, see the Wikipedia article on "Determinant".

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