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Hi, i need some guidance on a question...

h(x) = 2x^2 + (k+4)x + k, where k is a real constant
Find the discriminant of h(x) in terms of k

I dont know what to do after expanding :/
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(Original post by arti_k)
Hi, i need some guidance on a question...

h(x) = 2x^2 + (k+4)x + k, where k is a real constant
Find the discriminant of h(x) in terms of k

I dont know what to do after expanding :/
What have you done? If you've ecxpanded the linear term in the quadratic, its better to leave it as it is.
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do you know the discriminant?
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