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Second Factor of quadratic Equation
Second Factor of Quadratic Equation=(-Numerical Coefficient b-sqrt(Numerical Coefficient b^2-4*Numerical Coefficient a*Numerical Coefficient c))/2*Numerical Coefficient a GO
First Factor of Quadratic Equation
First Factor of Quadratic Equation=(-Numerical Coefficient b+sqrt(Numerical Coefficient b^2-4*Numerical Coefficient a*Numerical Coefficient c))/2*Numerical Coefficient a GO
Length of the chord intercepted by the parabola y^2=4ax on the line y = mx + c
Chord Length=(4/Slope of Line^2)*((Numerical Coefficient a)*(1+(Slope of Line^2))*(Numerical Coefficient a-(Slope of Line*Numerical Coefficient c)))^(0.5) GO
co-efficient of x when slope of a line and y-co-efficient are given
Numerical Coefficient a=-Slope of Line*Numerical Coefficient b GO
co-efficient of y when slope of a line and x-co-efficient are given
Numerical Coefficient b=-Numerical Coefficient a/Slope of Line GO
slope of a line when equation is of the form x/a +y/b =1
Slope of Line=-Numerical Coefficient b/Numerical Coefficient a GO
y-intercept of a line of the form ax+by+c=0
y-intercept=-(Numerical Coefficient c/Numerical Coefficient b) GO
Slope of normal at (x1, y1) to parabola y^2=4ax
Slope of Line=-y1/2*Numerical Coefficient a GO
slope of tangent at (x1,y1) to parabola y^2=4ax
Slope of Line=2*Numerical Coefficient a/y1 GO

Discriminant of an quadratic equation Formula

Discriminant=(Numerical Coefficient b^2)-(4*Numerical Coefficient a*Numerical Coefficient c)
D=(b^2)-(4*a*c)
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What is Discriminant..?

discriminant is used to determine the number of roots of solutions in a quadratic equation. It can "discriminate" between the possible types of answer: • when it is positive, we get two Real solutions • when it is zero we get just ONE real solution (both answers are the same) • when it is negative we get a pair of Complex solutions

How to Calculate Discriminant of an quadratic equation?

Discriminant of an quadratic equation calculator uses Discriminant=(Numerical Coefficient b^2)-(4*Numerical Coefficient a*Numerical Coefficient c) to calculate the Discriminant, The Discriminant of an quadratic equation formula is used to identify the number of roots in a quadratic equation. Discriminant and is denoted by D symbol.

How to calculate Discriminant of an quadratic equation using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Discriminant of an quadratic equation, enter Numerical Coefficient b (b), Numerical Coefficient a (a) and Numerical Coefficient c (c) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Discriminant of an quadratic equation calculation can be explained with given input values -> 25 = (3^2)-(4*1*(-4)).

FAQ

What is Discriminant of an quadratic equation?
The Discriminant of an quadratic equation formula is used to identify the number of roots in a quadratic equation and is represented as D=(b^2)-(4*a*c) or Discriminant=(Numerical Coefficient b^2)-(4*Numerical Coefficient a*Numerical Coefficient c). Numerical Coefficient b is a constant multiplier of the variables in a term, Numerical Coefficient a is a constant multiplier of the variables in a term and Numerical Coefficient c is a constant multiplier of the variables in a term.
How to calculate Discriminant of an quadratic equation?
The Discriminant of an quadratic equation formula is used to identify the number of roots in a quadratic equation is calculated using Discriminant=(Numerical Coefficient b^2)-(4*Numerical Coefficient a*Numerical Coefficient c). To calculate Discriminant of an quadratic equation, you need Numerical Coefficient b (b), Numerical Coefficient a (a) and Numerical Coefficient c (c). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Numerical Coefficient b, Numerical Coefficient a and Numerical Coefficient c and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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