We all have studied the **quadratic equation** somewhere in our post matric mathematics syllabus, as there is the separate chapter of this equation in the algebra. The name of the equation was originated from the latin word “quadratus” which means square.

In the more elaborately manner a quadratic equation can be defined, as one such equation in which the highest exponent of variable is squared which makes the equation something look alike as ax²+bx+c=0

In the above mentioned equation the variable x² is the key point, which makes it as the quadratic equation and it has no known value. Further the equation have the exponent in the form of a,b,c which have their specific given values to be put into the equation.

**Quadratic Equation Roots**

Well, the quadratic equation is all about finding the roots and the roots are basically the values of the variable x and y as the case may be. The roots are basically the solutions of the whole equation or in other words it is the value of equation, which satisfies equation.

If any quadratic equation has no real solution then it may have two complex solutions. In case the equation holds single solution, then it is known as the double root values and here we are going to talk about the calculation of the root of the equation.

The above mentioned formula is what used for the calculation of the quadratic roots and in order to apply this formula we first have to get our equation right in accordance to ax²+bx+c=0 and get the separate values of the coefficients a,b and c so that it can be put into the formula.

We will ultimately get the value of x by solving the above mentioned formula and it will become the roots of the equation. This formula is ideal to be used when the quadratic equation becomes tricky to figure out the roots of the equation.