# The discriminant of the quadratic equation will be:A. 10B. 64C. 46D. 30

The discriminant of the equation can be found out using the following formula:

b2 – 4ac

When we compare the above quadratic equation with the generalized one we get,

ax2 + bx + c = 0

a = 3√3

b = 10

c = √3

b2 – 4ac

(10)2 – (4 × 3√3 × √3)

(10)2 – (4 × 9)

100 – 36

= 64

So the correct answer is B [64].

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