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I was solving the following equation: f(x) = 3x^2+7x+10

this gives me the following complex zeros:

-1.17+1.404i

-1.17-1.404i

I rewrite those as

-(1.17-1.4041i)

-(1.17+1.404i)

How do I visualize this complex zeros, because like f(x)=x^2-2x+1=(x-1)^2

that is the multiplication between 2 functions (x-1)

is there some kind of relation between those interpretations ?

thank you !

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