Quadratic equations are interesting in that the function can cross the

`OX`

axis twice, once, or even never.You are asked to find the points where the quadratic function crosses the

`OX`

axis. To recap, that calculation can be done through the following procedure:Given

`a`

, `b`

, and `c`

print the points of the solutions on separate lines (the points at which the graph crosses `OX`

axis), and in case there are no such points, the program should print `No solutions`

.Input | Output |

1
0
1 | No solutions |

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58
5 | -0.09343122199453073
-1.1149021113388027 |