Quadratic equations question identity


if a equation ax^2+bxc=0 has more than 2 roots i.e. it is an identity then how will its graph be ???


A Quadratic equation cannot have more than two roots


It can have more than 2 roots but then it will be called an identity


It’ll be a straight line parallel to the x-axis as all values of x will satisfy the the equation (The quadratic equation thus, becomes an identity.) You can take also take an analogy from the graph or sin²x+cos²x=y


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