Let a,b,c,d be the roots of P(z)

Consider sum of each of the square of the roots i.e

You'll see that this is negative, that proves that there is at least one complex root, since P(z) has real coefficients, the 2nd root must a complex conjugate root of the first.

anddddddd I'm lost with proving the other 2 roots atm.

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