We are trying to find the roots of a function where exp(f(z)) = c. (where c is a complex number). Also f(z) is a polynomial function. The function will have the following format: expsolve( [an an-1 …] , c ) where n is the degree of “z”. For do this I took the natural logarithm of both sides and find f(z) = log(c). The code I have written so far is as follows; function expsolve(v,c); len=length(v) temp=log(c); syms z; syms def; syms first; first=0; for(a=1:len) def=v(len-a+1)*(z^(a-1)) first=first+def end first equ=first-log(c) -------------------- now if I write expsolve([1 5 3], 4) for instance until the first part it gives me the correct result (first=z^2+5*z+3) however, I could not do the rest. how can I find the roots of first-log(c). I tried to write different combination of : solve('equ=0','z'). However, it gave my either an error or a illogical answer. How can I proceed in this question. Besides the code I have written is there any simpler way to solve the question?