There are two distinct real solutions.
The discriminant tells you how many solutions there are to an equation The discriminant is b2-4ac For example, two solutions for a equation would mean the discriminant is positive. If it had 1 solution would mean the discriminant is zero If it had no solutions would mean that the discriminant is negative
Two distinct real solutions.
If the discriminant of a quadratic equation is less then 0 then it will have no real solutions.
240 is not an equation and so the concept of solutions is meaningless.
The quadratic has no real solutions.
It will then have two equal real solutions
Two real roots.
If the discriminant > 0 then 2 distinct real solutions.If the discriminant = 0 then 1 double real solution.If the discriminant < 0 then no real solutions (though there are two complex solutions).