### Find Discriminant Value of Polynomial Quadratic Equation

Computing the discriminant, it is possible to distinguish whether the quadratic polynomial has two distinct real roots, one repeated real root, or non-real complex roots. The discriminant of a quadratic polynomial, denoted by Δ is a function of the coefficients of the polynomial which provides information about properties of the polynomial roots. for quadratic equation ax

^{2}+ bx + c = 0 with real coefficients a, b and c. The discriminant of the polynomial is follows:

Δ = b

^{2}- 4 ac