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what is the polynomial standard form from 5, -2, 4, 1+i

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  1. anonymous
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    Assuming that the numbers given are zeros, you would just do (x - 5)(x +2)(x -4) etc and then expand the polynomial. However, I don't understand how you can have a zero of (1+i). You can have imaginary zeros, such as just i. If this is the case then you would do (x + i)(x -i) for that zero. Hope this helps.

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