An algebra problem by Krishna Sharma

Algebra Level 3

For \(\displaystyle a,b,c \in \mathbb N \), the polynomial \(\displaystyle ax^{2} - bx + c\) has 2 distinct real roots \(p,q\) such that \( p,q \in (0,1)\).

Then find the minimum possible value of 'a'.

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