If there is a local minimum of a given equation, how do you find the value of the discriminant at that point?

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If there is a local minimum of a given equation, how do you find the value of the discriminant at that point?

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is the local minimum at zero?
no
Do you know the formula for find discriminant?

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no
it is sqrt(b^2-4ac)
what's the three space equivalent of that?
if discriminant is positive it means you have two more more solution 0 if only one sol negative if no solution(imaginary number)
couldn't the discriminant always be either positive or negative if it is not 0?
yes
this is for discriminate formula for (I think) multi variable function
Fxx(a,b)*Fyy(a,b)-Fxy(a,b)^2
Thank you! You're right, I think. In any case, that formula worked.

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