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1. Hi, im really struggling on this question. Can somebody solve it so i understand how to do it? Would be much appreciated.

The equation kx^2-3kx+15=0 where k is a constant, has 2 real roots.

Prove that k<0 or k>20/3
2. (Original post by tom_arbon)
Hi, im really struggling on this question. Can somebody solve it so i understand how to do it? Would be much appreciated.

The equation kx^2-3kx+15=0 where k is a constant, has 2 real roots.

Prove that k<0 or k>20/3
(Original post by tom_arbon)
Hi, im really struggling on this question. Can somebody solve it so i understand how to do it? Would be much appreciated.

The equation kx^2-3kx+15=0 where k is a constant, has 2 real roots.

Prove that k<0 or k>20/3
3. thank you so much! finally understand whats going on.

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