Given coefficients of a quadratic equation , you need to print the nature of the roots (Real and Distinct , Real and Equal or Imaginary) and the roots.
If Real and Distinct , print the roots in increasing order.
If Real and Equal , print the same repeating root twice
If Imaginary , no need to print the roots.

Note : Print only the integer part of the roots.

Input Format

First line contains three integer coefficients a,b,c for the equation ax^2 + bx + c = 0.

Constraints

-100 <= a, b, c <= 100

Output Format

Output contains one/two lines. First line contains nature of the roots .The next line contains roots(in non-decreasing order) separated by a space if they exist. If roots are imaginary do not print the roots. Output the integer values for the roots.

Sample Input

1 -11 28

Sample Output

Real and Distinct 4 7
MY SOLUTION:-
#include
#include<math.h>
using namespace std;
int main()
{
double a,b,c;
cin>>a>>b>>c;
double d;
d=(bb)-(4ac);
double r1,r2;
r1=(-b+sqrt(d))/(2
a);
r2=(-b-sqrt(d))/(2*a);
double first,second;
if(r1>r2)
{
first=r1;
second=r2;
}
else
{
first=r2;
second=r1;
}
if(d>0)
{

``````	cout<<"Real and Distinct"<<endl;
cout<<first<<" "<<second<<endl;
}
if(d==0)
{

cout<<"Real and Equal"<<endl;
cout<<first<<" "<<second<<endl;
}
``````

if(d<0)
{

``````	cout<<"Imaginary"<<endl;

}
``````

return 0;
}

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you have to use * to multiply i.e a*b not ab

check below code