If ax^2+bx+c has no real roots then?
Asked by aahnik.mohanty | 19th Jun, 2019, 09:05: PM
does not have real roots hence its graph will be above x axis or below x axis
so, ans is a(a+b+c)>0
Answered by Arun | 20th Jun, 2019, 09:45: AM
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