One way to show all solutions of a polynomial in one variable.
The root is the intersection of curves representing the imaginary part of the equation (red) and the real part (blue). These equations are obtained after representing the variable as the sum of its imaginary and real parts. The circle limits the area where all the roots are located (according to theory).
Example      -15*x^7+x^2+I*x+2=0;

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