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Three zeroes of a fifth degree polynomial function are 1/3,4-6i, and -2+11i. determine the remaining zeroes of the function

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asked 2021-01-07
Three zeroes of a fifth degree polynomial function are \(\displaystyle\frac{{1}}{{3}},{4}-{6}{i},{\quad\text{and}\quad}-{2}+{11}{i}\). determine the remaining zeroes of the function

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2021-01-08
Complex zeroes are always in conjugate pairs: so 4-6i is paired with 4+6i, and -2+11i is paired with -2-11i.
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