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Helpp needed, this is sort of confusing me.

Describe the nature of the roots for this equation.

2x^2-x+1=0


A. Two real, rational roots

B. Two real, irrational roots

C. One real, double root

D. Two complex roots

  • Pre-Calc/Trig... -

    i have no idea

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    sorry, i tryed

  • Pre-Calc/Trig... -

    typo, tried

  • Pre-Calc/Trig... -

    nvmnd, it's D

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    thanks!!

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