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# Discriminant Help

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1. If I have the equation 2x^2+(3-p)x +p +3=0, how can I tell the values for a,b and c to find the discriminate?
If I have the equation 2x^2+(3-p)x +p +3=0, how can I tell the values for a,b and c to find the discriminate?
Well it's straight forward isn't it?

So:

3. How about for (kx+1)^2=8x? Would you first expand?
How about for (kx+1)^2=8x? Would you first expand?
Yeah.

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