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3 Distinct Roots Not (Posted on 2008-03-04) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Prove that the equation

   x3 + 2px2 + 2p2x + p = 0

cannot have three distinct real roots, for any real number p.

See The Solution Submitted by Bractals    
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Solution3 distinct solutionsEigenray2008-03-07 19:22:53
re: Viete!K Sengupta2008-03-05 13:08:07
SolutionViete!Chesca Ciprian2008-03-05 07:43:13
SolutionsolutionCharlie2008-03-04 11:13:44
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