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This test has been created on the basis of the NCERT syllabus for mathematics. It is suitable for the students of CBSE Class X and X1, Plus 1 & 2 , IGCSE and K-12 etc. Broadly speaking this test could be attempted by any students for whom quadratic equations and quadratic inequalities form part of their syllabus.

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Ohh These mathematics in my country are from 8th grade

2274 days 3 hours 50 minutes ago

if the equation ax+2bx^2-3c=0 has no real roots and 3c/4=a+b then,

2597 days 16 hours 36 minutes ago

How to find conditions of roots

2676 days 9 hours 58 minutes ago

Thank you very much Vladimir. There is no rule that stipulates that a should be greater than zero in the standard form of a quadratic equation ax^2+bx+c=0. The only condition on a is that it should not be equal to zero. Standardizing a quadratic equation simply means writing the expression in descending powers of x. The coefficient of x^2 can be either a pos

2831 days 13 hours 47 minutes ago

Well, the question is ambiguous. In standard form we usually assume that a>0

2833 days 1 hours 10 minutes ago

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