I don't get it. NONE of those numbers, when squared, give you anything close to 1 - i sqrt3. In polar form r(e^i theta), the magnitude r of a valid answer would have to be 2. None of the four choices comes close.
I agree with drwls.
I simply squared some of your answers and should have gotten 1-√3i
none worked, so none are roots.
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