Quadratic equations

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 integers, 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.
1 0 1
No solutions
48 58 5
-0.09343122199453073 -1.1149021113388027


Time limit: 2 seconds

Memory limit: 512 MB

Output limit: 1 MB

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