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## What are complex zeros?

Complex zeros are values of x when y equals zero, but they can’t be seen on the graph. Complex zeros consist of imaginary numbers. An imaginary number, i, is equal to the square root of negative one.

**What is a complex zero on a graph?**

### What do imaginary zeros look like on a graph?

This negative square root creates an imaginary number. The graph of this quadratic function shows that there are no real roots (zeros) because the graph does not cross the x-axis. Such a graph tells us that the roots of the equation are complex numbers, and will appear in the form a + bi.

**What are real and complex solutions?**

If the discriminant equals 0, then the equation has one real solution, a double root. If the discriminant is less than 0, then the equation has two complex solutions. If the discriminant is greater than 0, then the equation has two real solutions.

#### How to find zeros of a function on a graph?

How to find the zeros of a function on a graph The graph of the function g (x) = x^ {2} + x – 2 g(x) = x2 + x â 2 cut the x-axis at x = -2 and x = 1. Therefore the roots of a function

**What is a find real zeros calculator?**

An online find real zeros calculator determines the zeros (exact, numerical, real, and complex) of the functions on the given interval.

## How do you find the real roots of a function?

The graphing method is very easy to find the real roots of a function. But some functions do not have real roots and some functions have both real and complex zeros. q (x) = x^ {2} + 1 q(x) = x2 + 1 which has no real zeros but complex.

**How do you find the zero of a polynomial?**

In mathematics, the zeros of real numbers, complex numbers, or generally vector functions f are members x of the domain of âfâ, so that f (x) disappears at x. The function (f) reaches 0 at the point x, or x is the solution of equation f (x) = 0. Additionally, for a polynomial, there may be some variable values for which the polynomial will be zero.