# Discriminant

## Determine the number of real roots using the discriminant

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## Using the Discriminant

This lesson uses the discriminant to determine how many real solutions a quadratic equation has.
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## The Quadratic Formula and the Discriminant: Using the Discriminant

by SFDR Algebra I //at grade
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## Using the Discriminant

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## Using the Discriminant

This lesson uses the discriminant to determine how many real solutions a quadratic equation has.
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## Solutions Using the Discriminant

Given a quadratic equation, find its discriminant and use the result to determine the nature of the solutions.
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## Solutions Using the Discriminant

Learn how to use the discriminant to solve problems and determine the number of solutions to quadratic equations.
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## Interpreting the Discriminant

Given a quadratic equation, find its discriminant and use the result to determine the nature of the solutions.
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## Interpreting the Discriminant

by Millard Public School Omaha, NE (www.mpsomaha.org) //at grade
Given a quadratic equation, find its discriminant and use the result to determine the nature of the solutions.
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