Programming Example 1: Quadratic Equation Solver Problem Statement. Given a quadratic equation as follows: if b*b-4*a*c is non-negative, the roots of the equation can be solved with the following formulae: Write a program to read in the coefficients a, b and c, and compute and display the roots. If the discriminant b*b - 4*a*c is negative, the ...

Recall that quadratic equations can easily be solved, by using the quadratic formula. In particular, we have ax2 +bx+c = 0 if and only if x = ¡b§ p b2 ¡4ac 2a: The expression b2 ¡4ac is known as the discriminant of the quadratic, and is sometimes denoted by ¢. We have the following three cases: Case I: If ¢ > 0, the quadratic equation has ...

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