# Pre-Cal.

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use the complex zeros to give fully factored form, the first factor needs a x in it : (-3) (-2i)(x+2i)

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It appears you want (x-3)(x-2i)(x+2i)

Once again you have a garbled question. Either name the roots or the factors. You have a mix of both.

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The question is how you go from x^2+4, to -2i.

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