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    For the quadratic equation (y – c)(y – d) + 2 = 0 to have real roots, which of the following could be true?

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    1. (c - d) > (8)3/2 and (c-d)≤ (-8)(3/2)
    2. (c - d) > (2) and (c-d)≤ (-2)
    3. (c - d) > (2)3/2 and (c-d)≤ (-2)(3/2)
    4. (c + d) > (2)3/2 and (c+ d)≤ (-2)(3/2)
    5. None of the above
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