A calculus problem by Rakshit Joshi

Calculus Level 2

Let p(x)p(x) be a non-constant polynomial function such that there exists a real number aa for which p(a)0,p(a)=0,p(a)=0.p(a) \ne 0,\quad p'(a)=0,\quad p''(a)=0.

True or False?

At least one root of p(x)p(x) is non-real.

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