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for what are value of k are the roots of 3x^2-6x+k=0 equal?

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    For the roots of the quadratic equation
    to be equal, the discriminant Δ must equal to zero, where

    For the given equation
    a=3,b=-6, c=k
    Substitute a,b,and c in (1), equate to zero and solve for k.

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