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(leading coefficient)(x-a)(x-b) ... (x-z)

as long as we can use complex numbers for a,b, etc.?

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(leading coefficient)(x-a)(x-b) ... (x-z)

as long as we can use complex numbers for a,b, etc.?

Thanks

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Yes. That is one way of stating the fundamental theorem of algebra.

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