"Any polynomial of degreenwith complex coefficient hasn(complex) zeros, provided we count the zeros with their multiplicities."

Excuse me? This is,as it says,In particular, from The Fundamental Theorem f Algebra follows that any quadratic polynomial with complex coefficients has two complex zeros. This particular case of the FTA is not difficult to prove by employing the Quadratic Formula, provided we can prove that there are two values of the square root of any (nonzero) complex number. Your Mini-Project is particular case of this statement which is true generally.

ProblemFind the square roots of -5+12i, i.e. solve the equation z^2= -5+12i by setting the system of equations for the real part x and the imaginary part Y of the solution z = x+yi. Remember that X and Yare real numbers.yourmini- project- you are to do it yourself. If z= x+ iy, what is z^2? Set that equal to -5+ 2i and equate real and imaginary parts on each side.