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  1. plays the same role for cubics as the discriminant b^2-4ac plays
  2. quadratic formula, will see that this cubic discriminant takes center stage in
  3. discriminant and since 392 is positive that tells us the cubic equation has
  4. square root sign our cubic discriminant is 4 minus 8 that's -4, which is
  5. discriminant which tells us that our equation has three solutions. Let me just
  6. equations that have positive or zero discriminant. That is, for equations that
  7. Chimpanzee Females Are Non discriminant Mater's They'll mate With Any Male
  8. and then they figured out how to get out camera discriminant
  9. the discriminant it's called. b squared minus 4ac needs
  10. When someone engages in in discriminant gunfire and pulls a trigger and shoots someone else,
  11. consider the linear discriminant analysis,
  13. is of interest to us is because now we can look at the discriminant of the quadratic equation.
  14. and the discriminant is this bit inside the square root. And the reason why we want to look at this
  15. is because if an integer solution exists to this equation, then this discriminant must be some
  16. And so in total, our discriminant is equal to x(x + 1)^2(x - 8). Now recall that we're
  17. looking for values such that the discriminant is equal to a square number. But that includes 0,
  18. So I'm gonna do kind of like this part and if you remember that's called the discriminant.
  19. The thing underneath is called the discriminant.
  20. first calculate D, the discriminant.