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medical health pharmaceutical drugs# What are the x intercepts of the graphed function?

Last Updated: 4th March, 2020

**intercepts**of a

**graph**are points atwhich the

**graph**crosses the axes. The

**x**-

**intercept**is the point at which the

**graph**crosses the

**x**-axis. At this point, the y-coordinate is zero.The y-

**intercept**is the point at which the

**graph**crosses the y-axis.

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In this way, what are the intercepts on a graph?

The x-**intercept** is the point, (a,0) , where the**graph** crosses the x-axis . The x-**intercept** occurswhen y is zero. The y-**intercept** is the point, (0,b) , wherethe **graph** crosses the y-axis .

Also Know, how many X intercepts can a function have? The graph of a **function can have** any number of-**intercepts**, including none and infinitely **many**.Click to place up to 5 points on the **Intercept** Graph. Acurve **will** be interpolated through the points and the**x**- and y-**intercepts** of that curve **will** bedisplayed.

In this regard, how do you find the x intercept of a graph?

To **find** the **x**-**intercept** of a givenlinear equation, plug in 0 for 'y' and solve for '**x**'. To**find** the y-**intercept**, plug 0 in for '**x**' andsolve for 'y'. In this tutorial, you'll see **how to find** the**x**-**intercept** and the y-**intercept** for a givenlinear equation.

Which interval for the graphed function has a local minimum of 0?

We need to find the **local minimum of 0** in thegiven **function's graph**. In mathematics, **local minimum**is a point on a **graph** whose value is less than all otherpoints near it. So, final answer is : **Interval** for the**function has local minimum of 0** is [2, 4].