# MATLAB: Finding real roots of cubic polynomial

cubic polynomial

I want to find the only one real roots of the equation and wrote the following code:
e = 0.3; gama = 0.8; damp = 0.0031; A = 12; M = 2*10^-4; mu = 0.05/M; St = 0.2; %parametersUr = 4:0.1:6;for i = 1:size(Ur,2)    del(i) = 1/(St*Ur(i));    p(i,:)=roots([1   (-(1+2*del(i)^2-(2*damp*del(i)+(gama/mu))^2)+A*M)   (-(-2*del(i)^2+(2*damp*del(i)+(gama/mu))^2-del(i)^4)-A*M*del(i)^2)   (-del(i)^4)]);    r = p;    r = r(imag(r) == 0 );end
Only one real root corresponding to each 'del(i)' is required but in some iteration, 'del(i)' leads to all three real roots of 'p'. (If all the three roots are real, max value of roots out of three would be considered)
How can I improve my code?

e = 0.3;gama = 0.8;damp = 0.0031;A = 12;M = 2*10^-4;mu = 0.05/M;St = 0.2;AM = A*M; %parametersUr = (4:0.1:6)';n = numel(Ur);del = 1./(St*Ur);del2 = del.^2;B = 2*del2-(2*damp*del+gama/mu).^2;X = [ones(n,1) ,  AM-1-B ,  B+del2.^2-AM*del2   ,-del2.^2];r = zeros(n,1);for i = 1:n    p = roots(X(i,:));    r(i) = max(p(imag(p) == 0 ));end