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Find the x and y intercepts f(x) = -x^2+4x+45

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X intercept means plug in f(x) = 0 and solve for x Y intercept means plug in x =0 and find f(x)
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y intercept is the constant in this case it is (0,45)

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ok, so how do i get the x intercept?
i just got them for you
did you look at the drawing
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so 0,45 isn't correct?
that is the y intecept
the i wrote (9,0) and (-5,0) are the x intercpets
ok I guess Im just confused now.
thats cause you need to study more
I guess I do, but you are here to help people who don't get it as easily as you do right?
yeah i am
here man, check this out: To find the x intercepts, set y to be 0 and factor the polynomial like i did above, then set each term to zero and solve for x. To find the y intercept, set x to be zero and evaluate

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