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**Savior_Self** I'm pretty lost here.. and simply unclear on what exactly I should be doing.

If someone could walk me through the steps to getting this answer, I'd extremely appreciate it.

Find the roots of the polynomial equation: $\displaystyle x^3 - 4x^2 + 6x - 4 = 0. $

I've used synthetic division to find **-2** as a root and get the depressed polynomial $\displaystyle x^2 - 2x + 2$.. and then used the quadratic formula to find what I think are the correct zeroes of that equation. (which are: 1+i, 1-i.)

Here's where I'm unsure of what to do. Thanks for your help!