## Intermediate Algebra for College Students (7th Edition)

Discriminant: $25$; Roots/solutions: Two rational numbers
Let us determine the discriminant of the quadratic equation $3x^2-5x=0$ which can be calculated as: $D=b^2-4ac=(-5)^2-0=25$ This implies that $D$ represents a positive real number and a perfect square with solution of two unequal real numbers. Therefore, the roots /solutions will be of Two rational numbers. Hence, our answer is: Discriminant: $25$; Roots/solutions: Two rational numbers