PreCalculus
posted by Cooper .
Find a polynomial function with integer coefficients with degree 4, one root 3+radical2, and another root 43i.
I got x^414x^3+80x^2206x+175
I'm I correct?

PreCalculus 
Steve
correct. good job
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