In a quadratic equation problem, one student made a mistake in copying the coefficient of x and got roots of 3 and -2. Another student made a mistake in copying the constant term and got the roots of 3 and 2. What are the correct roots?
Quadratic equation is in the form
$ax^2 + bx + c = 0$
Where a, b, & c = real-number constants a & b = numerical coefficient or simply coefficients a = coefficient of x2 b = coefficient of x c = constant term or simply constant a cannot be equal to zero while either b or c can be zero