Conjugate Pair Theorem
An assertion about the complexzeros of any polynomial which has real numbers as coefficients.
Theorem:  If a polynomial
has real coefficients, then any complex zeros occur in conjugate pairs. That is, if a + bi is a zero then so is a – bi and viceversa. 
Example:  2 – 3i is a zero of
By the conjugate pair theorem, 2 + 3i is also a zero of p(x).

See also
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