**1. Steps to Use this Tool:**

**Step 1:**Enter the coefficient*a*of the quadratic equation into the “Enter Coefficient a” input field.**Step 2:**Enter the coefficient*b*of the quadratic equation into the “Enter Coefficient b” input field.**Step 3:**Enter the constant term*c*of the quadratic equation into the “Enter Coefficient c” input field.**Step 4:**Click on the “Calculate Roots” button to compute the roots of the quadratic equation.**Step 5:**View the roots of the quadratic equation displayed below the button.

**2. Benefits of Using this Tool:**

**Accuracy:**Utilizes the quadratic formula, ensuring accurate calculation of the roots for any given coefficients.**Speed:**Quickly computes the roots of the quadratic equation, saving time compared to manual calculations.**User-Friendly:**Simple interface with clear instructions, making it accessible for users of all levels.**Handles Various Cases:**Can handle different scenarios such as real roots, complex roots, and double roots.

**3. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions):**

**Q:**What are the roots of a quadratic equation?**A:**The roots of a quadratic equation are the values of 𝑥*x*that satisfy the equation, making the equation true. They represent the points where the quadratic equation intersects the x-axis.**Q:**What does the discriminant represent in the quadratic formula?**A:**The discriminant, 𝑏^{2}−4𝑎c, determines the nature of the roots of the quadratic equation. If the discriminant is positive, the equation has two distinct real roots. If it’s zero, the equation has a repeated real root. If it’s negative, the equation has complex roots.**Q:**Can I use this calculator for quadratic equations with complex coefficients?**A:**No, this calculator is designed for quadratic equations with real coefficients. For equations with complex coefficients, you would need to use a different method or calculator capable of handling complex numbers.

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