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A quartic polynomial Q(x) with real coefficients has zeros 2+i and 3-2i, find the other two zeros.

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  1. There is a proof that all complex roots of
    a polynomial equation with real constants will be complex conjugates to each other.

    Therefore the answer is 2-i and 3+2i.

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