fundamental theorem of algebra
Definition of fundamental theorem of algebra
: a theorem in algebra: every equation which can be put in the form with zero on one side of the equalsign and a polynomial of degree greater than or equal to one with real or complex coefficients on the other has at least one root which is a real or complex number
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