With the Discriminant Calculator with steps that we put in your hands here, you will be able to calculate the discriminant of a quadratic equation, with which you will be able to have information about the nature of the roots of the equation.
To use the discriminant calculator perform these two simple steps:
If the discriminant is positive, D>0, then the quadratic equation has two real and distinct solutions.
If the discriminant is zero, D=0, then the quadratic equation has a double real solution.
If the discriminant is negative, D<0, then the quadratic equation has no real solutions, but it can have complex solutions (involving imaginary numbers).