Posted by **Becky** on Friday, March 7, 2008 at 9:55am.

What would be the discriminant for this equation:

x^2-2x+12=0

How many solutions are there?

I have that the discriminant is -44 and since the discriminant is negative, the square root of the discriminant is a pure imaginary number.

Is this correct?

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