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Provided three coefficients a, b & c; this program can calculate the roots of a quadratic equation ie ax^2+bx+c=0.

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/************************************************

SUBJECT : NUMERICAL METHODS

LAB 1: TO FIND THE ROOTS OF QUADRATIC EQUATIONS

BRIEF ALGORITHM:

1.START

2.INPUT COEFFICEINTS- A,B ,C

3.COMPUTE DETERMINANT- D

4.CHECK IF D IS REAL OR IMAGINERY

…..

…..

…..

5.STOP

*************************************************/

#include

#include

#include

#include

void main()

{

//defining variables

float A,B,C;

float D;

clrscr(); //clearing the screen if previously loaded

cout<<“Enter the coefficients A, B, C\n”;

cin>>A>>B>>C;

D=(B*B-4.0*A*C);

cout<<“\nFine, the determinant D= ” <

if (D>=0)

{

cout<<“\n\nThe roots are REAL.”;

double X1=(-B+sqrt(D))/(2.0*A);

double X2=(-B-sqrt(D))/(2.0*A);

cout<<“\n\t”<<< “\n\t”<

}

else

{

cout<<“\n\nThe roots are COMPLEX.”;

double RealPart= -B/(2.0*A);

double ImagPart= -sqrt(abs(D))/(2.0*A);

cout<<“\n\t”<<< “\n\t”<

}

cout<<“\n\n\nWritten in C++; Thank you”;

getch();

}

To write a program to calculate the roots of a quadratic equation ie ax^2+bx+c=0 in C++ Programming Language for Numerical Methods for Engineering Students