# Suppose that Rx is a polynomial of degree 13 whose coefficients are real numbers. Al

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Suppose that Rx is a polynomial of degree 13 whose coefficients are real numbers. Also, suppose that Rx has the following zeros. 3 , −5 , −−32i , 5i Answer the following. (a) Find another zero of Rx . (b) What is the maximum number of real zeros that Rx can have? (c) What is the maximum number of nonreal zeros that Rx can have?

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