Algebra 2
posted by Angela .
Find a real plynomial equation with real coefficients that has the given roots.
32i, 3+2i
Should I just make it [x (32i)][x + (32i)] then multiply it out and there's my answer?
angela, thanks for your help how did you get the 56.80 from my problem. I've tried so many different ways.
Look at the original post. I explained it there.
get out...
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