Python Example – Write a Python program to calculate the discriminant value

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Write a Python program to calculate the discriminant value.

Note: The discriminant is the name given to the expression that appears under the square root (radical) sign in the quadratic formula.

 

Sample Solution:

Python Code:


def discriminant():
    x_value = float(input('The x value: '))
    y_value = float(input('The y value: '))
    z_value = float(input('The z value: '))
    discriminant = (y_value**2) - (4*x_value*z_value)
    if discriminant > 0:
        print('Two Solutions. Discriminant value is:', discriminant)
    elif discriminant == 0:
        print('One Solution. Discriminant value is:', discriminant)
    elif discriminant < 0:
        print('No Real Solutions. Discriminant value is:', discriminant)


discriminant()

Sample Output:

The x value: 4                                                                                                
The y value: 8                                                                                                
The z value: 2                                                                                                
Two Solutions. Discriminant value is: 32.0

 

Write a Python program to calculate the discriminant value

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