Find all complex zeros of each polynomial function. Give exact values. List multiple zeros as necessary. ƒ(x) = x 6 - x 5 - 26x 4 + 44x 3 + 91x 2 - 139x + 30

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Find all complex zeros of each polynomial function. Give exact values. List multiple zeros as necessary.

ƒ(x) = x6 - x5 - 26x4 + 44x3 + 91x2 - 139x + 30

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