Posted by **Crow** on Monday, June 10, 2013 at 1:49pm.

A polynomial function f(x) has degree 6 and has real coefficients. It is given that 3, 2, 11−3i, and 11+28i are roots of f(x). What is the sum of all the roots of f(x)?

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