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seen Jan 22 at 11:04

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Its Alpha, I like web and gaming. If you have any problem with CSS coding then just ask to me, I am sure I'll be able to answer the CSS related issues.

I never give unjustified answer and aspect justified answer from others. So you can trust on my answer and I'll appreciate those who try to solve others problems.


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Feb
5
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
21
asked What's the least number of car parked?
Dec
16
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
19
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
22
asked Find $a$ and $b$ in the given cubic polynomial
Jan
22
asked Derive the Quadratic Equation
Jan
5
revised quadratic and bilinear forms
MathJax is used in place of variables
Jan
5
suggested suggested edit on quadratic and bilinear forms
Jan
5
accepted Real life coordinate geometry problem
Jan
5
comment Find value of $k$ for which the equation has real roots
I had also did the same my final answer that arrived was $k \le \pm3$. Is that correct?
Jan
5
asked Find value of $k$ for which the equation has real roots
Jan
4
accepted If both roots of the Quadratic Equation are similar then prove that
Jan
4
comment If both roots of the Quadratic Equation are similar then prove that
Sorry, but I didn't get the answer. Can you clarify what's A.M. and G.M.
Jan
4
comment If both roots of the Quadratic Equation are similar then prove that
Yes, I tried to evaluate the $d$, It was (not completely evaluated) $$d= (b-c)^2-4(a-b)(c-a)=0$$ Is it right? And after this I am not able to understand that how to proceed now. Can you help?
Jan
4
asked If both roots of the Quadratic Equation are similar then prove that
Dec
25
revised Real life coordinate geometry problem
deleted 2 characters in body
Dec
25
revised Real life coordinate geometry problem
title edited
Dec
24
asked Real life coordinate geometry problem
Dec
21
accepted To prove an Arithmetic Progression
Dec
21
comment To prove an Arithmetic Progression
I meant that are $p^{th}$ and $q^{th}$ term are consecutive term of an AP