The number of zeros of x^{2} + 4x + 2

- a)1
- b)2
- c)3
- d)none of these

Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

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42 Answers

Yashi Shakhla
answered
Aug 19, 2020

The equation has maximum degree of 2 than the maximum zeros will be also 2 . That's why answer is 2....HOPE IT HELPS.

Aradhiya Gupta
answered
Aug 05, 2020

Two zeros have in the equation because it has the highest degree of two

Saurabh Sharma
answered
Sep 26, 2020

The above no. have the degree 2 . so we know that when degree is 2 than the no. of zeros is also 2

Riya Verma
answered
Aug 23, 2020

The zeroes of polynomial depends on degree . As the degree of the polynomial is 2 , there will 2 zeroes of polynomial.

Divya Upadhyay
answered
Sep 26, 2020

Answer is (b) correct. Because the degree of this polynomial is

2. So the maximum solution of this polynomial is 2

2. So the maximum solution of this polynomial is 2

Sanidhya Jhalani
answered
Aug 17, 2020

The no. of zeros in a polynomial is equal to its degree.

Therefore, the zeroes of this polynomial is 2.

Therefore, the zeroes of this polynomial is 2.

Chhagan Parihar
answered
Sep 09, 2020

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Harini Paragshah
answered
Sep 02, 2020

The no. of zeros in a given equation depends on the degree of the equation as in the above equation the degree is 2 the correct answer is 2

Aditi Chandra
answered
Sep 09, 2020

There are 2 zeroes of this polynomial because the degree of the polynomial is 2.

Sofiya Khan
answered
2 days ago

The given equation has 2 zeros therefore, the degree of this polynomial is 2

Sai Vishesh Gondhi
answered
Sep 06, 2020

As it is quadratic equation i.e the degree of polynomial is 2

Therefore the no. of zeros is 2

Therefore the no. of zeros is 2

Somenath Lahiri
answered
Aug 18, 2020

In the quadratic, D= b²-4ac = 4²-4×1×2=8

Since D is greater than zero, the eqn has two roots

which are -2±√2

Since D is greater than zero, the eqn has two roots

which are -2±√2

Khushboo Bishnoi
answered
Aug 29, 2020

It is a quadratic polynomial that's why the answer is option b...

Shravani Gulave
answered
Sep 06, 2020

Correct answer is option B as the highest degree of this polynomial equation is 2

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