In this lesson, we learn how to find the rest of the zeros of a polynomial when given one complex zero. By knowing that complex zeros come in conjugate pairs, we can use synthetic division to produce the rest of the factors or zeros. We treat our complex numbers like x's and add and multiply accordingly. By doing this, we can find the remaining zeros and factors of the polynomial.
Given one complex zero find the remaining zeros of a polynomial
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