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As easy as abc (Posted on 2011-06-28) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Given an equation ax^2+bx+c=0 what values a,b cause the roots of the equation to be a and b and the discriminant to be equal to c?

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QuestionA suggestionGamer2011-07-06 20:45:10
re(2): a root of the matter ..???...Dej Mar2011-07-02 00:23:13
re: Too complex for meJayDeeKay2011-07-01 17:18:22
Questionre: a root of the matter ..???...Ady TZIDON2011-07-01 08:34:29
Hints/Tipsre: My Attempt, HINT, NOT A SPOILERAdy TZIDON2011-07-01 08:32:44
Some ThoughtsMy AttemptBractals2011-06-30 14:45:27
Some ThoughtsToo complex for meSteve Herman2011-06-30 13:38:24
SolutionRooting for troubleGamer2011-06-30 00:09:09
Three equationsSteve Herman2011-06-29 15:52:33
a root of the matterDej Mar2011-06-28 19:06:44
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