Write a polynomial with rational coefficients having roots 3, 3+i, and 3-i.
Part 1: Write the factors (in the form x-a) that are associated with the roots (a) given in the problem.
Part 2: Multiply the 2 factors with complex terms to produce a quadratic expression.
Part 3: Multiply the quadratic expression you just found by the 1 remaining factor to find the resulting cubic polynomial.

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nah don' t do that

\[(x-(3+i))(x-(3-i))\] is a pain to multiply there is a much easier wy

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