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Since there is no constant term in the equation, the product of the roots is equal to 0 (zero)

Sum of the roots is equal to -b/a so it is equal to 3/2.

2x^2 - 3x = 0

First factor out the x : x (2x - 3) =0

then, equate each of the roots to 0.

x = 0 and 2x-3 =0

finally solve for x

so the two roots are 0 and 3/2

0 0 0
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