SOLUTION: I am sorry but that is all he gave us. The question is come up with you rown example of a prime quadratic polynomial in one variable, then compute its discrimination to prove that

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Polynomials-and-rational-expressions Question 55911This question is from textbook Elementary and Intermediate Algebra : I am sorry but that is all he gave us. The question is come up with you rown example of a prime quadratic polynomial in one variable, then compute its discrimination to prove that it is prime. Choose coefficients so that your discriminant is positive. I have no clue on this at all.This question is from textbook Elementary and Intermediate Algebra Answer by venugopalramana(3286)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I am sorry but that is all he gave us. The question is come up with you rown example of a prime quadratic polynomial in one variable, then compute its discrimination to prove that it is prime. Choose coefficients so that your discriminant is positive. I have no clue on this at all. DO YOU MEAN THE ROOTS SHALL BE PRIME NUMBERS?..OR THE QUADRATIC SHOULD GENERATE PRIMES?ASSUMING THE FORMER..TAKE 2 PRIME NUMBERS SAY 2 AND 3 AS ROOTS AND FRAME THE EQN. THE EQN IS (X-2)(X-3)=0 X^2-5X+6=0 DISCRIMINANT = 5^2-4*1*6=25-24=1 HENCE THE ROOTS ARE [5+ OR - SQRT(1)]/2=3 OR 2 I HOPE HIS IS WHAT HE WANTS.IF HE WANTS THE LATER ONE IT IS QUITE COMPLEX FOR YOUR COURSE WORK I FEEL