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Q: What is the value of the discriminant for the equation 2x2 plus 3x-4 equals 0?

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If you mean b^2 -4ac then it is the discriminant of a quadratic equation. If the discriminant equals 0 then the equation has 2 equal roots. If the discriminant is greater than 0 then the equation has 2 different roots. If the discriminant is less than 0 then it has no real roots.

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The discriminant is -27 and so there are no real roots.

A discriminant is based on the differences between roots of an equation. A linear equation, such as the onle in the question, has only one root and therefore cannot have a discriminant.

Using the discriminant of b^2 -4ac = 0 the value of k works out as -2

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Using the discriminant formula for a quadratic equation k has a value of 8/25 or maybe 0.

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