Arturo O. answered • 05/24/20

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The complex conjugate of a complex zero must also be a zero, so you will have 3 zeros:

5/3

2i

-2i

f(x) = A(x - 5/3)(x - 2i)(x + 2i) = A(x - 5/3)(x^{2} + 4)

To ensure integer coefficients, A must be real and must be a multiple of 3. For example, A can be 3 and that meets the conditions of the problem.

f(x) = 3(x - 5/3)(x^{2} + 4)

More generally,

f(x) = 3n(x - 5/3)(x^{2} + 4),

where n is any integer.