if the discriminate is equal to 0, then there is one real root multiplicity 2; if the discriminate is > 0, then there are 2 real and rational roots; if the discriminate is < 0, there are no-real roots because you can't take the square root of a negative number and get real roots. our discriminate is found by subbing into the quadratic formula and taking into consideration only what is under the radical. ours is . that is a positive 33, so the discriminate is > 0 but not a perfect square, so our answer is that there are 2 real and rational zeros or solutions or roots. they all mean the same thing.
d.event one-he picks a kiwi and puts it back.
event two-he picks an apple and puts it back.