The answers are 4+6i,-2-11i, -1/3,4+6i,2+11i, -4+6i,2-11i, and 3,4+6i,-2-11i
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Complex zeroes are always in conjugate pairs: so 4-6i is paired with 4+6i, and -2+11i is paired with -2-11i.

This is option 1 (there are only 2 remaining zeroes because 3 were given).

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