The correct option is C 2+i√3,−2+i,−2−i
Since all the co-efficients are real, we have 2−i√3 as well as its conjugate 2+i√3 as the roots.
Thus dividing the polynomial by (x−2−i√3)(x−2+i√3) i.e. x2−4x+7, we get the quotient as x2+4x+5.
Thus solving this quadratic equation, we get the other 2 roots as −2+i and −2−i.