Math polynomial functions
posted by Trace .
State the number of complex roots of each equation then find the roots.
I cant figure out these two!
1. 3x  5 =0
2. c^2 + 2c + 1 = 0

5/3 is a single real number
(c+1)(c+1) = 0
c = 1 or 1
two identical real roots (vertex of parabola on axis)
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