Consider all possible trinomials of the form
x^2 + p*x + q, where
p,q are integers such that
1 ≤ p,q ≤ 2014.
Among them are
m trinomials having integer zeroes, and
n having no real roots.
Which number is higher, m or n?
What does it mean for a polynomial to have integer zeroes? Do you mean integer roots?