The coefficient of the quadratic equation are consecutive terms of a positively valued, increasing arithmetic sequence. Then the least integral value of such that the equation has real solutions is

The coefficient of the quadratic equation are consecutive terms of a positively valued, increasing arithmetic sequence. Then the least integral value of such that the equation has real solutions is

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**(7)**

are in increasing A.P.

For real roots

least integral value

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127