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determine the nature of the solutions of the equation, one real solution, two real solutions, or two non-real solutions. x^2-20x+100=0

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    B^2 = 400, 4AC = 400, sqrt(400-400)= 0
    Since the value under the radical = 0,
    There iS 1 real solution.

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