1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find a Polynomial function of degree 5 whose zeros are: 2, radical 7, and 5i 2. Relevant equations Multiplying roots 3. The attempt at a solution Hello, well it's my first time at these forums so just following the template given. Thanks for any help by the way I'm just so confused. I know that being given an imaginary number makes another root -5i automatically but the polynomial is a degree 5 with 5 roots. So my roots are (2, radical 7, 5i and -5i) I only have 4 and I don't really know any way to find the 5th. I've already multiplied 5i and -5i to get one part of the polynomial but without the 5th root, I just can't finish. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks so much again.