# Finding the nature of roots is complex

**Algebra**Level 3

Let \(f(x) = A{ x }^{ 2 } + Bx + C\) be a quadratic polynomial with \(A\neq B\neq C\) and \(A, B, C > 0\)

Also \(A-B+C<0\)

Then the roots of \(f(x)\) are \(\text{__________} \).

Let \(f(x) = A{ x }^{ 2 } + Bx + C\) be a quadratic polynomial with \(A\neq B\neq C\) and \(A, B, C > 0\)

Also \(A-B+C<0\)

Then the roots of \(f(x)\) are \(\text{__________} \).

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