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determine the nature of the solutions of the equation. Two real solutions, two imaginary solutions, or one real solution.

2t^2-4t=0

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    Here, discriminant = (-4)^2 = 16
    Hence, discriminant is positive and greater than 0
    Therefore, there are two real solutions of the given equation

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