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> Activity 7: What Is My Nature? Determine the nature of the roots of the following quadratic equations using the discriminant. Answer the questions that follow. 1. $x^{2}+6x+9=0$ = $d1sct1m11an1$ nature of the roots: 2. $x^{2}+9x+20=0$ $d1s\left(r1m1nan$ nature of the roots: 3. $2x^{2}-10x+8=0$ $disct1m1nan1$ nature of the roots: $4.$ $x^{2}+5x+10=0$ discriminant nature of the roots: 5. $x^{2}+6x+3=0$ discriminant nature of the roots: 6. $2x^{2}+6x+4=0$ $d1s\left(t1mn1nan1$ nature of the roots: $7$ $3x^{2}-5x=-4$ $d1sc1im1nan1$ nature of the roots: 8. $9x^{2}-6x=-9$ $discttm1nan1$ nature of the roots: 9. $10x^{2}-4x=8$ $dicc$ $1$ $1n3n$ nature of the roots: $10.3x^{2}-2x-5=0$ $d1sc1im1nan1$ nature of the roots:
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