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Complex Numbers: Roots of a quadratic equation - conjugate pairs
If the roots of a quadratic equation are complex then they are always a complex conjugate pair.
1. Find the quadratic equation that has 5 - 3i as one of its roots.
2. Find the quadratic equation that has -4 + 2i as one of its roots.
Complex Numbers: Roots of a cubic equation
1. Find all the roots of the equation x3
+ x + 26 = 0
2. Find all the roots of the equation x3
+ 17x - 15 = 0
Complex Numbers (How to find the nth root)
+ 8√3 + 8i = 0
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