# Discriminant

Determine the discriminant of the equation:

$7{x}^{2}-x+7=1$

Correct result:

D =  -167

#### Solution:

$D={b}^{2}-4ac=\left(-1{\right)}^{2}-4\cdot 7\cdot \left(7-1\right)=-167$ We would be pleased if you find an error in the word problem, spelling mistakes, or inaccuracies and send it to us. Thank you! Tips to related online calculators

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