I'm struck on this question, I tried hard but couldn't solve it.
Question: if a quadratic equation in $x$: $$ax^2 - bx + 5 = 0$$ does not have two distinct real roots, then find the minimum value of $5a + b$.
So far, I tried using the condition that the discriminant should be negative or zero, but couldn't proceed further.
Moreover, as the given equation doesn't have two distinct roots so the graph will be either concave upwards or downwards, by double differentiation, I found that graph will be concave upwards so this equation will be positive or zero for all real $x.$
Any help will be appreciated.