How do you solve quadratic equations which have atleast one positive root??(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The question was this:

Find the value of 'm' for which the roots are such that at least one is positive. x2 -(m-3)x + m = 0 mR.

Can someone help me get started?

Here is my work: I

checked the discriminant. for D>0,

m (-inf,-1) (9,inf)

Now what do i do? please help

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# Quadratic Equations with positive root

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