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Construct a polynomial g(x) with integer coefficents and roots 1, 2/3, and 4i

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Damon
(x1)(3x2)(x4i) but (x4i)is not allowed alone, we also need its complex conjugate
(x1)(3x2)(x4i)(x+4i)
I get
3x^45x^3+50x^280x+32
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