1) It doesn't matter what the real world quadratic equations say, if I run your program, I have the freedom to (stupidly or not), put a zero where asked for "a". The program should recognize this and ask for a different number, not create a divide by zero exception. One great axiom of programming is to ALWAYS ASSUME your input data is dirty, incorrect, and malicious. You need to protect your program from the user.
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