Quadratic equations are defined as **ax ^{2} + bx + c = 0 where a, b, c are Real Numbers(or Complex Numbers) and x is a variable**.

In High School for solving quadratic equations a formula is taught to kids,which is **(-b±√(b²-4ac))/(2a)** where different values(a, b, c) are taken from **Quadratic equation**. Mostly value of **b²-4ac** is referred to as **Determinant of Quadratic Equation**. So it can be said that formula for finding roots of a Quadratic Equation is **(-b±√(d))/(2a)**. Do not that for roots to exist determinant value(d) should either be zero or 1.

Quite simple, let’s program this Mathematical Logic as **Python Code for Solving Quadratic Equations**.

```
# Finding roots of Quadratic Equation using Python
# Import Python's Math Module
import math
a = float(input("Enter coefficient of x square =>"))
b = float(input("Enter coefficient of x =>"))
c = float(input("Enter constant value in equation =>"))
# Calculating Determinant of Quadratic Equation
d = b**2 - 4*a*c
# Checking if Determinant is positive/zero
if (d >= 0):
# Calculating Roots of Quadratic Equation
first_root = (-b + math.sqrt(d))/2*a
second_root = (-b - math.sqrt(d))/2*a
print("Roots of Quadratic Equation are =>", first_root,",", second_root)
else:
print("Roots don't exist")
```

**Output of Above Code**

```
Enter coefficient of x square =>1
Enter coefficient of x =>-4
Enter constant value in equation =>3
Roots of Quadratic Equation are => 3.0 , 1.0
```

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