Fundamental theorem of algebra

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The Fundamental theorem of algebra states that every non-zero single-variable polynomial, (possibly with complex coefficients), has exactly as many complex roots, or solutions, as its degree (the highest power the variable is raised to), if repeated roots are counted when they occur.

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