Use the given information about a polynomial whose coefficients are real numbers to find the remaining zeros of the polynomial, degree 6, zeros: `-8 +11*pi*i` ,` -7 +17i` , `16 - i*sqrt(2)`

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The following roots of the polynomial of degree 6 are given: `-8 +11*pi*i` , `-7 +17i` , `16 - i*sqrt(2)`

As all complex roots are found as complex conjugate pairs the remaining zeros are:

`-8 - 11*pi*i` , `-7 - 17*i` and `16 + i*sqrt 2`

The remaining zeros of the polynomial are: `-8 - 11*pi*i` , `-7 - 17*i ` and `16 + i*sqrt 2 `

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