-4,3 are the roots of this equation, so for the values for which the sum of roots is 1 & product is -12
They are called the solutions or roots of the equations.
Such an equation has a total of six roots; the number of real roots must needs be even. Thus, depending on the specific equation, the number of real roots may be zero, two, four, or six.
The discriminant is -27 and so there are no real roots.
The product of the roots of the equation 2x2 -x -2 = 2 is 2x2 -x -2 = 2.
It has roots x = 2.618 and x = 0.38197
This quadratic equation has no real roots because its discriminant is less than zero.
The roots are: x = -5 and x = -9
The roots of the equation are [5 +/- sqrt(11)]/2 = 4.158 and 0.842
These are the real ROOTS of the quadratic equation when it equals zero. Example : x2- 7x + 10 = 0 can be written as (x - 5)(x - 2) = 0 Then x = 5 and x = 2 are the roots of this equation.
normally an equation with the x value squared there would be two roots. the two roots are positive 1 and postitive 1. since they are they same number there is actually only one root.
It has no real roots.