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use the discriminant to prove 3x^22x+11 is prime
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use the discriminant to prove 3x^22x+11 is prime
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a = 3, b = 2, c = 11 discriminant is \(b^24ac = (2)^24(3)(11) = 128 \) A negative discriminant means that we have no real solutions, only a pair of imaginary solutions.
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thanks
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