Determine whether the quadratic equation has real solutions or imaginary solutions by solving the equation. 1/2x^2 +12=4

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Determine whether the quadratic equation has real solutions or imaginary solutions by solving the equation. 1/2x^2 +12=4

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First set your equation equal to zero so you can solve
So subtract 4 from each side.
ax^2 + bx + c = 0 calculate the b^2 - 4ac term that is seen under the root in the quadratic formula the value of that will tell you the answer

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i though that you were supposed to get the x^2 by it's self @swagmaster47
@sereen2001 It doesnt matter as long as you find the value of the discriminant, which I have forgotten to use instead.
Could I set it equal to x^2 instead. That's how my teacher does it and I would refer to do it that way instead if thats okay

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