the degree = 3; the zeros = 1 +i  and -10
in Calculus Answers by Level 1 User (780 points)
Are they x or y-intercepts?  Do you know?
we are looking at a x^3 polynomial.
To be honest that is all the information I can help with at this time.
y = Ax^3 + Bx^2 +Cx + D  where A,B,C,D are constants.

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by Level 3 User (2.4k points)
thank you very much
If 1+i is a root, then so is 1-i.

x^2-(sum of roots)x +(product of roots) =0

x^2 -2x +2=0

by Level 5 User (12.9k points)
thank you - I do the problem and then ask for help and you came up with what I did so, two heads are better than one!

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