Marat M.

asked • 11/30/19

How do you find all the complex zeros/roots of a polynomial?

On my homework I have multiple questions asking for all complex zeros/roots. An example that I want answered is if f(x) = 5x^6-30x^5-43x^4+228x^3+22x^2+96x+16 and one of the zeros/roots is 3+sqrt(10) what are all the zeros/roots? Please give a step by step with tons of details because I have a test next week.

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Doug C. answered • 11/30/19

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Marat M.

Thank you so much.
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12/03/19

Marat M.

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