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A polynomial $p(x)$ of degree n has n roots in the complex numbers. (see fundamental theorem of algebra).
If one of these roots is ${\alpha}$ , then $p({\alpha})=0$
Furthermore, if $p(x)=ax^n+bx^{n1}+cx^{n2}+...+px+q=0$ has roots ${\alpha},$ ${\beta},$ ${\gamma},$ ${\delta},$ ${\epsilon},....,$ ${\omega}$ then
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